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Stephen Lund, a cyclist who lives on the small island off the coast of Vancouver. He is an amazing artist who combines his passion of cycling with the mapping app, Strava. He creates fab clean art that nobody could even try to replicate. This is the work of of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Stephen creates wonders when he mixes up his talent of navigation with the free time. His artwork carries full of puns and corny titles. Here is my cringe-worthy puns just to pay homage to you Stephen.
Stephen doesn't ride his bike to the narrow connectors of the woods. Just by connecting the places he worked and showed the giraffe art piece.
The thug is choking the chicken, oops it is Turkey which resembles like a chicken.
Stephen wildly describes a nude man David's nether regions that start on Walnut St.
While creating this continuous butterfly, it took 44 kilometres of cycling to Stephen over the streets of Victoria.
This shows a Tour de Victoria (TdV) logo which shows a cyclist Ryder on his velocipede.
Victoria is a destination for all whale lovers, but 80 killer whales are found in Salish Sea. And to create this amazing art piece it required 60 kilometres for Stephen to cycle.
Stephen creates this one to thank International Olympic Committee (IOC) for selecting his entry as OlympicDay GPS doodle. While his visit to Rio de Janiero, he will be watching 'Christ, the Redeemer'.
This beauty shows Victoria raccoons that poke garbage reminds Stephen of Alan Cassels, which resembles more to a pest.
Stephen Lund illustrates big picture of Italy and its biggest island, Sicily over the Victoria's streets. A perfect epitome of Italy figures.
This one is Wounded Warriors Canada logo graphic, to show support for all those Canadians who take part in Battlefield Bike Ride.
Stephen so well doodles Jedi, which depicts the empire in his right eye and the empire street in his left eye.