A national parks project manager, Pete Stokes rode his bike for 150km to recreate the famous Nirvana ‘Nevermind’ album cover.
Using the GPS-based app Strava to ride on his single-speed bike in the streets of Adelaide, he spent about 8 hours riding his bike to complete his masterpiece of the famous Nirvana album cover.
Here is the recreation of the famous album cover:
Just in case you need a comparison, here is the original ‘Nevermind’ album cover that he recreated:
He told The Guardian, “It’s whatever takes my fancy at the time. Nirvana has its place in my record collection.When this album came out I was in high school – I was about 14, and that’s when you’re forming your love of music.”
The cyclists has been creating images while his cycles for a while now. Here are some of his past GPS sketches that he’s done:
1. Addyman Plesiosaur
2. A Dragon
3. Pink Floyd – Dark Side Of The Moon
6. Among Us
You can check out more of his work on his Instagram page.
I can’t even draw a good smiley face on paper.