The NYC Biking Culture Timeline: Before & After

The last two weeks I’ve spent analyzing the history and culture of biking in New York City. It was one of the most interesting research projects I’ve done in a while. As a city biker myself, I was really excited about this project. I’ve pretty much learned everything about the history of the public/service biking of New York City, including the many biking subcultures of the city. Here I present a work-in-progress timeline and infographics of the biking culture of NYC…

First version:

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For this spread I tried to illustrate everything as close as possible to the originals: from street signs to the illustrated models of the many bikes one can spot in NYC. All of the illustration is done in Adobe Illustrator. No outside images are used.

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Revised:

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Third version:

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Screen Shot 2014-05-27 at 8.21.37 PMFourth version:

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News in Animation: New York Times Reports, I Reflect

A reflection on the New York Times article Found in Mud, Precious Links to Loved Ones:

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A reflection on the New York Times article Building a $395,000 Burger:

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A reflection on the New York Times Op-Ed The Christian Prenumbra:

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NYC: Free Craft Beer!

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For the article, click here.

NYT: The Oso Mudslide

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For the article, click here.

NYT: The Christian Penumbra

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To read the article, click here.

NYT: Putin Calls Obama to Discuss Ukraine

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My answer to the New York Time’s article “Putin Calls Obama to Discuss Ukraine, White House Says.”

NYT: Korea’s ‘Sea Women’ Tradition Is Dying Out

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HADO-RI, South Korea — On a recent morning, as she has for 60 years, Kim Eun-sil carried her diving gear to a rocky beach on the eastern side of this island to spend the day free-diving in water more than 20 feet deep to harvest seafood by hand. Continue reading