The Bicycle Encyclopedic Print

Like an artifact displayed in a museum, this punchy print celebrates the bicycle in all its glory.
created by

Gene Rogovitz

$25.00 - 60.00

created by

Gene Rogovitz

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Inspired by how vintage encyclopedia graphics achieve the maximum visual impact with deceptively simple and minimalist layouts, artist Gene Rogovitz created his stark "info-graphic" series as an homage to these bygone books and well-known objects. Like an artifact displayed in a museum, Rogovitz memorializes this classic ride in his punchy print that is filled with facts about the bicycle's first appearance and the history of the design. With timeless graphic appeal and a slick aesthetic, this new spin on a bike print is a must-have for cycling enthusiasts. Designed and printed on Long Island, New York.

For more prints in this series, check out The Skateboard, The Surfboard and The LP.

Gene Rogovitz studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where he received his degree in Graphic Design. He went on to receive his Masters in Art Education from CW Post, and is now a Technology teacher at West Babylon High School teaching Graphic Communications.

His vision is to capture the essence of the ocean and its many components, inspired by the variety of salt-aged goodness that lives and thrives in the sea. With over 25 years spent surfing—both locally on Long Island and in many locations worldwide—he draws from this major influence in his life.

Made in the USA
Made from
glass, 100 lb. paper, MDF wood
Measurements
Framed: 19" H x 13" W ; Unframed: 17" H x 11" W
Ingredients
Care
All art on paper should be protected from moisture and from prolonged, direct sunlight.
Notes
Framed version arrives ready to hang. Unframed version arrives rolled.
Item ID
26431

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Would buy again.

5

Perfect gift for a long distance cyclist

Milwaukee

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Yes, yes! a thousand times, yes!

5

The size is just perfect; not too big, not too small. It would look great on a wall by itself or mixed in among other art pieces.

Fresno, CA

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Great decoration for my dad

5

My dad has been passionate about riding bicycles for most of his life. He loves watching tour de france and other bike races (he's that obsessed). This neat decoration is perfect to hang up in office and add some personality to otherwise bland walls.

Atlanta, GA

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It was a gift. . I personally like it.. buuut

3

It was a gift

Sunnyale, ca

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So happy with this, looks great!

5

Bought without frame because we weren't sure what color frame we'd want, ended up going with simple black frame because we liked the one in the photos on site.

Chicago

Boyfriend loves it!

4

Gave it to my boyfriend - an avid bike rider! Bought it as well as the bike bookends from Uncommon Gifts He loves them and wondered where I found such a thoughtful gift.

Mississauga, Ontario Canada (Toronto)

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Great gift for enthusiasts

5

The gift recipient really liked it.

Cincinnati, Ohio

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Perfect gift for long distance bicker

5

Great gift serious distance bicker

Boston,ma.

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Bicycle Encyclopedic Print

4

While I adore the print, as does my husband, I was very disappointed in the cheapness of the frame. The print actually wobbles! I could have done better at a Big Box do-it-yourself framing station for much less money. The uniqueness of the gift was almost overshadowed by the frame. I'd still recommend the print, just not the framing option.

AR

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Good-but glass was dirty...

4

The product itself was good. My only complaint was the glass was dirty and so I had to take it apart and clean it. I was ready to wrap it and so it was pretty inconvenient...Plus, I was worried I was going to get the print wet. Other than that, I was satisfied.

Texas

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The Bicycle Encyclopedic Print

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