Fatbikes came on the scene around 2008. They were so weird, unique, new, and awesome! This print was created because I was so excited that there was a better type of bicycle to ride through snow on. I didn't actually get a fatbike until about 2011 or so, but I dreamed every night about the day I would own one. Just kidding, I only dreamed a few nights each week about them.
INK: 3-color handmade screen print
SIZE: 18" x 24"
Meet Adam Turman
Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
Minnesota Artist Adam Turman is an illustrator, muralist, and screen printer. His bold illustrations riff everyday icons with stylized takes on everything from the BWCA to Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox. Adam's work celebrates a distinctive Minnesota love of the great outdoors. His murals can be found throughout the Midwest, and his prints in private collections world wide. He works with major brands, independent businesses, and private collectors alike to make art part of our every day.
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