Jen Peters of JP Design was selected to participate in this year’s Pinchflat event—a bicycle-themed poster display.
“It’s a medium to let artists have a conversation about what Columbus means to them and their feelings on the local bike scene,” said organizer Denis de Verteuil, a freelance urban planner.
The phrase serves as a simple, yet memorable reminder to enjoy all aspects of riding a bike. Your experiences on two wheels may not always go as planned, but does it really matter? Just roll with it—and appreciate that you're on your bike in the first place.
Bikes help give a balance amongst life's hectic ways. Even just a short ride allows me to refresh my mind, body and attitudes. Bikes are inspiring also because of the many varieties of continued adventure and challenge they can bring! There's ALWAYS something new to experience on a bike.
The latest Pinchflat posters will be unveiled from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 2 at Wild Goose Creative, 2491 Summit St. The free event will feature food trucks, music and more. An evening showing, also free, will take place during Short North’s gallery hop—from 6 to 11 p.m. at Paradise Garage, 921 N. High St.
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