The Tabernas desert in Spain was once crossed by Simon Starling on an improvised cell powered bicycle. The only waste product the vehicle produced was water, which he used to paint an illustration of a cactus.
Truly highlighting the commercial exploitation of natural resources in the region.
If you are one of the lucky persons going to experience the Setouchi International Art Festival, scattered around eight locations of Seto inland sea in south japan, do not forget to have a look a the permanent artworks at Naoshima.
Ridley Scott's first film 'Boy & Bicycle' from 1965 truly show the boy's pleasure of riding his classic bike.
These beautiful 16mm scenes was the beginning of a career with films such as 'Alien', 'BladeRunner' and 'American Gangster'