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Coronavirus Street Art By John D’oh

Documenting the pandemic through Street Art

I have covered the Covid-19 epidemic in a lot of detail since the start of the outbreak, and quite a few of my artworks have been featured in articles from all over the world in many different languages. As I have produced so much artwork about the outbreak and its socio-economic consequences, I decided to produce a book as an informative, vibrant, and occasionally-humorous diary of the unprecedented events. Most of the images seen and explained in this book come from Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Glastonbury, Weston-super-Mare, and Worcester. While in the situation of a national lockdown, it would have been easier to go out undetected and produce lots more art, I did (for the most part) obey the lockdown and social distancing rules. I considered going out to spray images as my “one permitted form of exercise a day.” Being stuck at home gave me time to prepare stencils and other artworks at home for the future. Given that art products were definitely not considered essential and not easy to buy, it forced me to recycle or reuse more items, such as making more stencils out of old cardboard cereal boxes.

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This Cyclist Spent 9 Hours Pedaling To Create An Image Of A Reindeer On A Fitness App

Every artist creates art using the medium they love the most. For some, it may be a canvas and a paintbrush, for others it may be a wall and some spray paint, and for Anthony Hoyte, it’s his bicycle and a fitness app.

The man regularly creates various drawings on a fitness app by cycling around the UK and has just recently created an amazing picture of a reindeer by cycling around London for a whopping 9 hours!

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Anthony Hoyte is a cyclist from Cheltenham who creates amazing drawings on a fitness app by pedaling around the UK

In a recent interview with Bored Panda, the cyclist said he was inspired to start creating the drawings after seeing others doing them, notably Canadian cyclist Stephen Lund.

It took Anthony 9 hours to create the image of a reindeer

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It’s not the first time Anthony surprised us – just last year, he created an amazing drawing of Santa that took him 4.5 hours

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When creating his drawings, the cyclist says he tries to stick to the roads but occasionally cuts through car parks and university campuses to get the picture just right.

Back in 2017, Anthony pedaled for over 10 hours to create this drawing of a Snowman

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The cyclist even does portraits!

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To create his drawings, Anthony visits various big cities around the UK, like Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Leeds, and London. The cyclist says he loves to travel and thinks that US cities and their grid patterns would present him with quite a challenge.

To create his drawings, Anthony uses a fitness tracking app called Strava

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He first started creating the drawings back in 2016 and has already created numerous amazing artworks

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The man even won 1st place in the Bristol Cycling Festival Strava art competition back in 2017!

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Anthony clearly puts in a lot of work into his drawings and isn’t afraid of pedaling for hours to complete them

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People seem to love Anthony’s drawings







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