Hunting Trophies Bicycle Racks

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

When you’re done with your work day commute, you need a place to hang your bicycle, and these Hunting Trophies are the perfect way to do so.

Created by Australian designer Andreas Schieger, the bicycle racks were created as part of a project he likes to call “Upcycle Fetish.” Inspired by Pablo Picasso’s bull head sculptures (infused with a bit of hunting trophy inspiration), the racks are built from recycled bike parts. The parts include cleaned up handlebars and saddles, creating a nice statement for any contemporary bachelor pad. Of course you can also hang other things from the handlebars, but they were designed with 2 wheelers in mind.

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