Queen City Art Rack by Bob Dyehouse

Queen City Art Rack by Bob Dyehouse

Cincinnati-based public art organization ArtWorks has been slowly working with artists and communities on its Queen City Art Racks project. This bike rack in front of the Clifton Cultural Arts Center was designed and fabricated by Bob Dyehouse of Over-the-Rhine-based Sycamore Street Studio.

While I appreciate the Humanity Outpost Marker by Edward Casagrande and the Tour de Cincy by Pam Kravetz, Carla Lamb, and Karen Saunders, I’m a sucker for simplicity and really love the sinuous lines of this elegant bike rack.

Queen City Art Rack by Bob Dyehouse

Queen City Art Rack by Bob Dyehouse

Queen City Art Racks is an ongoing initiative, still seeking interested artists and sponsors in the greater Cincinnati area. You may even remember the poster Michael designed and printed three years to promote the call to artists:

Queen City Art Racks poster by VisuaLingual

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