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I was influenced by the first patented diagram sketch of the human velocipede and was inspired at how revolutionary the idea was. The centuries-old invention had solid form and purpose to allow for a future of infinite possibilities in design, manufacturing, art and travel. This new diagram is of a revolutionary bicycle, portraying kinetic art, expression and possibilities.

24.0″ x 18.0
French Paper, Pop-Tone, Whip Cream
4-color screen print

Meet Anne Ulku

Minneapolis, Minnesota USA

I'm a freelance graphic designer, illustrator and art director. With a variety of different work, I always have a natural collaborative quality— both with self-initiated projects and partnerships with agencies, brands and design firms. Whether the work is a large scale mural, logo, illustration in an advertising campaign or framed art in a gallery— my aesthetic evokes energy and emotion through abstract geometric forms, intricate detail, line work and color.

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Life Moves Pretty Fast

The best idea I've had while riding my bike? To go faster! But to also slow down and take a look around.

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Things That Are Weird FTW

I’m inspired by color, science, architecture, nature, future worlds and things that are really weird. 

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A Great Disturbance In The Force

People are most surprised to learn that I've never seen Star Wars.