Bicycle Seed Crystals

A wonderful little social patterning, guerilla marketing experiment, in which a bicycle occupies automotive space, and replicates.  And a larger version, in which bicycles have their own designated replication space.

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Zane Selvans

A former space explorer, now marooned on a beautiful, dying world.

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  1. My only concern with doing that in the US (including Boulder), is with motorists not parallel parking correctly, or the bicycles getting stolen because their impromptu parking spot doesn’t have a sturdy bike rack.
    In Philadelphia especially, motorists practice “the bump”, where they parallel park into a spot, then slowly back up until they “tap” the bumper of the car behind them.
    I do love the experiment and art of the video, and the idea of taking over a car’s parking spot on the street is probably what generated the idea for corrals.

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