Self-Portrait of A Bike Commuter

Thriving Concern / Dan Ibarra

Self-Portrait of A Bike Commuter


The goal with this poster was to create the simplest, most human symbol of the democracy of the bicycle. I don’t really care about the fetish of the bicycle itself. For me, the beauty and potency of a bicycle is how this simple, self-powered tool elevates and embraces our humanity, asking for little in return except two strong legs.

INK: 3-color handmade screen print
SIZE: 18" x 24"


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: : Solid wood frames are available in your choice of black, white, natural, walnut, or stainless silver finish.

: : Frame face is .75” and frame depth is 1.25”

: : Acid-free 4-ply black or white mats are 2.5” for 18 x 24” Original Art, and 2” for all Digital Prints.

: : We use UV-shielding acrylic, which protects against approximately 82-85% of UV rays.

: : Framed prints come with archival backing, protective paperback finish, wire, hanging hook, and nail.

: : All framing is made to order. Please allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery.

: : Frame pricing does not include shipping. See ABOUT page for our economical Flat Rate shipping options.

Meet Thriving Concern / Dan Ibarra

Minneapolis, Minnesota  USA

I'm a graphic designer, printmaker, educator, writer, type designer, and founder/custodian of Thriving Concern. From 1999 through 2016 I was co-founder of Aesthetic Apparatus — a commercial art and printmaking studio which played an integral role in the 21st Century American poster art revival. I've taught graphic design and printmaking at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and Augsburg College, as well as founding my own in-studio art school intervention, Schoolhaus.

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