Friday, June 21, 2013
Cyclepedia: Iconic Bicycle Design - A Hit With Kids
A bunch of super cool bikes in an art museum. That's the concept. Works for me. Thus, I have described Portland Art Museum's summer show of Cyclepedia: Iconic Bicycle Design.
The exhibit consists of around 40 interesting bikes each having some unique design characteristic. The bikes range from the prosaic to the futuristic.
As I like this thing called bicycle cycling I enjoyed the exhibit but worried about the kids' interest. They loved it, finding the different sizes and shapes, colors and materials, a celebration of the bicycle.
There was a pleasant and helpful "Bike Guy" on hand to answer questions. He was a volunteer who worked at a local bike parts manufacturer. I give this guy a big shout-out as he didn't snigger when I asked him what was a "monocoque."
Posted by Eric Flamm at 4:51 PM
Labels: art, bike, cyclepedia, design
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