The Times, 3 May 2016, Will Pavia.
Anyone following Stephen Lund on a cycling trip could be forgiven for thinking he is completely lost as he makes a series of strange diversions. But trace his movements from above and you may see a giant stegosaurus or a giraffe take shape.
Mr Lund is a GPS artist who has created monumental doodles using his bike like a “crimson-dipped paint brush” as he weaves through Victoria, British Columbia.
People often thought his giraffe sketch rather crude, he told a TEDx online conference.
“Then I tell them . . . that from head to front hoof she stands 11km tall. . . to draw her I had to travel 115km.”
Mr Lund said that he did not really create the giraffe, she already existed, upside down, within the streetscape.