Littleboatdesigns x ROAD|theory : The Collaboration
Cycling is not only the most beautiful of sports, it’s a provider of wisdom and revealer of character. This collaboration is a natural fusion; Stefan’s original artwork breathes life into the words of those who know the truth of the bike.
This is a limited run of 50 prints, each-signed, dated, numbered, and framed. They will look great on your walls AND if you’re feeling generous they will also delight the 'cycling obsessed' in your life, with a gift of true originality.
Not only will you be purchasing a fabulous piece of art; 10% from every purchase will go to Mike Jones of @PuffaJones helping him in his efforts to provide a bike to every child who deserves, but can't afford, one. We think it's a fabulous cause and you can read more here.
We hope you love our collaboration. It's been great working together to bring this to life.
Stefan Powell (Littleboatdesigns) and Pete Linsley (Road Theory)
The Elemental Battle
Inspired by the words of journalist, author and cycling enthusiast Matt Seaton. A powerful image of a cyclist pushing on against the clock and the elements; intent on taming nature.
The words read “In the elemental battle of muscle and bone, rubber and metal against wind, water and stone, the odds in the long run are stacked in natures favour” – Matt Seaton
Limited to 50 signed and numbered prints this print costs £50 unframed with 10% of all sales being donated to charity
Inspired by the words of former professional GB cyclist Graeme O’Bree my intent was to create an image which placed us in the mind-set of the cyclist training to gain the advantage.
The words read “My biggest fear isn’t crashing the bike at 85 miles per hour and losing my skin – it’s sitting at 90 and thinking I wish I’d done more…” – Graeme Obree
Limited to 50 signed and numbered prints this print costs £50 with 10% of all sales donated to charity
Lose only the victory
Inspired by the words of former professional GB cyclist David Millar my intent was to create an emotive image of a cyclist who gave everything they had to win; only to miss out in the final metres; a hearts and minds victory for the crowed .
The words read “The manner in which one loses the battle can sometimes outshine the victory” - David Millar
Limited to 50 signed and numbered prints this print costs £50 with 10% of every print donated to charity.
Inspired by the words of multi "king of the mountains’” winner Richard Virenque my intent was to create an image which would highlight the courage, strength and conviction of the professional climber.
The words read “Climbers suffer the same as the other riders, but they suffer in a different way. You feel the pain but you’re glad to be there” – Richard Virenque
Limited to 50 signed and numbered prints this print costs £50 with 10% of all sales donated to charity.
Leader in Yellow
Leader in Pink