We've seen bored sports enthusiasts drawing virtual penises across cities before, but none have taken it as far as Strava artist Stephen Lund -- who uses GPS and his bicycle to create things he says are art. If a childlike drawing of a digger can be called art.
Lund has assembled a vast catalogue of line-drawn GPS art on his web site GPSdoodles, where he claims to have cycled over 22,500km to build his catalogue of drawings. He even did a poppy for Remembrance Day, in honour of all the people who died in wars so weren't able to enjoy a mid-life crisis based around cycling:
He really went mad at Christmas, doing numerous Santas around his home town, although the most creative and complex piece assembled by far is his work titled "MUSCLEBOUND THUG IN A FEDORA RIDING A GRIZZLY BEAR WEARING A PORK PIE HAT AND STANDING IN A SNOW BANK" -- a satire on the sort of things men do when they have too much spare time. [GPSdoodles via i100]