CINELLI ART PROGRAM

Cinelli has a rich history of bringing together the worlds of art and bicycle. The Cinelli Art Program continues this tradition with a collaboration series featuring limited edition product designs by the world's most exciting contemporary artists. Discover the latest collaborations.

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JODY BARTON

From the itsnicethat blog by Owen Pritchard: Jody defines himself as “an awkward character” and questions his own suitability for straightforward commercial projects. “I’m more likely to change styles four times a day and have sixteen opinions about everything,” he says. “It’s frankly a wonder I’ve managed to last this long really. I still work with the Big Active agency in London and their seemingly eternal patience with my wayward and unconfined energies is worthy of some kind of care award.” This hasn’t stopped the work coming in however, his ability to combine typography and illustration has resulted in commissions from Andreas Wellnitz studio in Berlin and from The New York Times. His work never shies away from tackling issues such as mental health, climate change and drug issues. Learn more at his website https://www.jodybarton.com/

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ANA BENAROYA

ANA BENAROYA is an artist from New Jersey, USA. She loves muscular women and men, bright colors, hot sauce, and coffee. Her work has been honored by the Society of Illustrators and American Illustration. Ana has also contributed artwork designs for New York’s Lincoln Center, The New Yorker, ABC World News Tonight. She’s the author of the book “120 Ways to annoy your mother” published with Thames and Hudson. Learn more at her web site https://www.anabenaroya.com/

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SAMMY BINKOW

SAMMY BINKOW was born, raised, and works in the San Fernando Valley. He has been heavily influenced by the culture, images, colors, vibrance and attitude of Southern California. Through the use of collage, painting, sculpture, illustration, animation and clothing he tries to examine the values of current culture and to highlight the joy in the search for meaning in everyday life/things. Learn more at his website https://www.sammybinkow.com/

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LOUIE CORDERO

LOUIE CORDERO was born in 1978 in Manila, Philippines and is currently based in Malabon. He’s an award-winning painter, sculptor and creator of Nardong Taea self-published underground comic series. Cordero is a graduate of the College of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines and held a residency in the United States at the Vermont Studio Center (2003) and in Thailand at the Bangkok University Gallery (2015). He’s a recipient of numerous awards including the Thirteen Artists Award from the Cultural Center of the Philippines (2006). Fascinated with kitschy outsider aesthetics and colonial-era left overs, acrylic has became Cordero’s medium of choice in painting since 2005 as he turned towards the super-flat aesthetics of spray painted Philippine jeepneys and the other waning commercial art forms. Learn more at his website https://www.instagram.com/lolobuko/

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JEREMY FISH

Jeremy is a long time friend of Cinelli and his artwork is mainly about storytelling and communication, told through a library of characters and symbols. With an emphasis on finding a balance with the imagery somewhere between all things cute and creepy. Jeremy is based in North Beach aka little italy, and has lived in San Francisco for the last 20 years. Learn more at his website https://sillypinkbunnies.com/

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STEVIE GEE

His artwork has been exhibited in places like New York, Berlin, Bali, Los Angeles, Paris, Tokyo and London. As well as drawing and designing, he enjoys directing and creating animations and has done quite a lot of stuff for ads and music videos recently. Some of companies that he has done work for include: Vans, Adidas, Patagonia, The BBC, The Guardian, Absolut, Paul Smith, Stella McCartney, Deus Ex Machina, Cinelli, Penguin books, Ray Ban, Nike, Beams Japan and Lacoste as well as stuff for lots of bands, skateboards and record companies. Learn more at his website https://steviegee.com/

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MASSIMO GIACON

In 1979 he started publishing comics on a regular basis in the major specialized magazines (Frigidaire, Linus, Alter, Dolce Vita, Cyborg, Nova Express, Blue), soon becoming one of the points of reference for the “bizarre” comics. In 1980 he started a music activity that drove him to create several indie music bands. He has since concentrated on his musical activities as solo artist. In 1981, together with Vittore Baroni and Piermario Ciani he took part in the multimedia network project TRAX, the forerunner of the future activities of subversive Luther Blisset. Then he began a constant artistic performing activity which led him to a series of exhibition events in Italy, America, Greece, Portugual an Switzerland. In 1985 he took an interest in design and launched into a collaboration with some of the major architecture offices in Milan (Sottsass, Mendini, Thun). He also created designs for the well-known brands such as Memphis, Swatch, Artemide, Alessi. He designed carpets, laminated materials, illustrations for fashion magazines, web sites, fabrics, virtual carachters, created TV theme songs, ceramics, and he is now working for graphic novels, editorial projects, new design objects, art exhibitions and music production in Italy and around the world. Learn more at his website https://www.massimogiacon.com/

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MIKE GIANT

In the late 2000s, with increasing excitement over the fixed-gear movement, and in particular over Cinelli’s collaborations and friendship’s with MASH and RVCA, Cinelli President Antonio Colombo found himself traveling to California more and more frequently and socializing in the new scene created around these bicycles. On one of these trips in 2008 he met Mike Giant, already a world-renowned tattoo artist working more and more in illustration. As well as being an avid everyday rider, Mike had an extremely strong interest in fixed gear bikes, their subversive politics, and the kids riding them. In Antonio Colombo he found not only and eager and willing patron for his art (Giant would have a show the Colombo’s Milanese gallery in February 2010), but also a vehicle for bringing his drawings into explicit contact with the fixed-gear movement on a global level. Learn more at his web site https://www.mikegiant.com/

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YOON HYUP

YOON HYUP is a Korean artist currently based in New York City. In early 2000s, Yoon started to paint walls outside and do live paintings with DJs, Yoon explored the spontaneous painting style using lines and dots inspired by skateboarding, also alongside the improvisational music like jazz, funk and hip hop. Through years of experiences, Yoon’s artwork has emerged as it’s renowned visuals comprising abstract patterns and urban landscapes. From gallery exhibitions, public art projects to collaborations with brands, Yoon Hyup interacts with a broader audience. Today, his work is exhibited globally in cities like New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai, Hong Kong and San Sebastián. Learn more at his website https://yoonhyup.com/

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SERGIO MORA

SERGIO MORA is a painter, illustrator and draftsman. Born in Barcelona, Mora has received a Grammy, has collaborated with the famous designer Philippe Starck and has just worked with Gucci. He has published his own comics, and illustrated numerous titles with the best publishers. His work has been exhibited all over the world, from Barcelona to London or New York, passing through Dubai or China, among other places. The magic of Sergio Mora is to cure prejudices, avoid conventions and give us unique experiences full of happiness. A visual dose of Sergio Mora has as beneficial effects as the greatest concentrate based on dreams and desire pulp that we are capable of imagining. Learn more at his website https://sergiomora.com/

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BARRY MCGEE

Born in 1966, Barry McGee is arguably the most well-known and influential of the recent surge of artists from the Bay Area to have international success. He was raised in San Francisco, studied painting and printmaking at the San Francisco Art Institute (graduating in 1991), and continues to live and work in the city. McGee’s boldly graphic, colorful work incorporates a multitude of influences (including, for example, graffiti, American folk art, and Op Art), but is most immediately evocative of the urban street culture from which he hails. Engaging the ways in which the city’s unique vernacular translates into artistic imagery, McGee celebrates the diversity, distinctive characters (one of his well-known motifs is a crawling, sad-sack bum), and neighborhood communities of the inner-city. His work critiques consumerist culture and the constant backdrop of commercialism in everyday interactions; rejecting the billboard and chain store, McGee instead finds inspiration in the seeming randomness of graffiti, the endless uploading of images on the internet, and the creative styling of misfits. McGee’s work succeeds in its sensitive balance between anarchy and collaboration, resulting in environments which immerse the viewer in his singular, yet inclusive, vision. Learn more at his website https://www.ratio3.org/artists/barry-mcgee

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RUSS POPE

Russ Pope’s art draws from the social and political environment surrounding him in his daily life. Pope’s inspirations have been skateboarding, music and the creative, interesting people he encounters daily. His bold strokes, finite doodles and striking paintings are characterized by faces, still lifes and humorous events. From the early days in Central California skateboarding, drawing and attending punk shows, to his current life in New England, Russ has processed life and his interactions with his world through the prism of a pen and a paintbrush. Learn more at his website https://www.russpope.com/

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SAM TURNER

SAM LEE TURNER is an Artist, Illustrator and veteran bike messenger that lives in Denver, CO. Sam is well known around the messenger scene for his distinctive alleycat posters. Sam is passionate about his craft and Cinelli, he has designed some of our most beloved designs like ‘Who Wants to Ride.’ A proud member of the worldwi- de messenger community and the #cinellifamily. Learn more at his instagram https://www.instagram.com/samuelleeturner/

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