This poster is made in a highly unique way, as the typography is made up completely of bicycle parts. Studio On Fire inked up almost every piece of a bicycle, from cranks to handlebars and then pressed them on paper. These master shapes were then digitally scanned and arranged to spell out Godspeed. You can buy the poster for $20 at Studio on Fire.
“Godspeed or God Speed comes from the Middle English expression ‘God spede (you)’, a wish for success and fortune for one setting out on an enterprise, voyage, adventure, or travels. It may also mean good luck,” say the folks at Studio on Fire. “The word “Godspeed” seems especially appropriate for cyclists, as a wish for someones safe and prosperous journey.”