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“Passing Through” was created and designed by Sam Wilderman of Muncie, Indiana and received an Honorable Mention in the judged competition.
“I am a 22 year-old telecommunications graduate student at Ball State University in Munice, Indiana with a BFA in animation. I currently work with the BSU David Owsley Museum of Art as the media intern. The work I create is often molded by my experiences and they are executed in the hopes of eliciting a particular emotion of moment. I stumbled across the BFK Public Bike Art Competition online and loved the idea of bike themed art! As a young animator, I thrive off of learning about the world around me through unique experiences and participating in this competition was a delightful project!”
Kalamazoo, Michigan — Bike Friendly Kalamazoo (BFK) is pleased to announce the winners of its Public Bike Art Competition for 2020. The art is intended for display on banners mounted on public lamp poles, with themes evoking the joys of bicycling. Banners are printed on two sides.
Proceeds from the sale of the banners will raise funds for bicycling education, awareness-building and safety. “Consort Display Group is honored to be working with Bike Friendly Kalamazoo to make a selection of the winning designs available for purchase,” commented Roger Lepley, its president. “As a long-time supporter of Bike Friendly Kalamazoo headquartered in Kalamazoo (MI) we love the idea that public artistic displays can lead to more bicycle-friendly communities.”
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