ADV @ UNDERCONSIDERATION      Peek here for details



Lead Image

Tour de Rower Zine: Handmade Bikeworks


Production Method




Tour de Varsovie

Various Contributors. Full list at project website.



Kwiaciarnia Grafiki

For this zine dedicated to biking in the city, 30 artists produced 2-color pieces centered on bicycles, and collaborated to screen-print them on recycled paper. The entire process took approximately the same time it took Bradley Wiggins to win Le Tour de France in 2012, and culminated in a gallery show of the prints at Kwiaciarnia Graphics in Warsaw, Poland. 



Tour de Varsovie

Quantity Produced


Production Cost

Production Time

2 months

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

7.87 × 13.78  × 0.2 in

Page Count


Paper Stock

recycled paper

Number of Colors




Coptic stitch



This piece is available for purchase for $25

Description ---

Recent Posts



Project Description

All right, after two months of fighting the ink battle Tour de Varsovie managed to accomplish the efforts dedicated to handmade works that very soon will indulge your senses as well as inspire not necessarily to design on your own, but at least cycling more around the city. The zine is a collection of 29 graphics revolving around the theme of cycling. It has been produced with our/your hands, processing a stream of paint through screen printing stencils into sheets of recycled paper. Heavy duty guaranteed. This is our tribute to the bike, screen printing technique and the city.

Production Lesson(s)

The zine production process facts and figures:
1 zine
2 colors, more precisely 3
30 artists
3 screens, brought to exhaustion due to over-processing?
2240 squeegee drags
560 sheets of recycled paper, printing waste.
80 working hours, almost an equivalent of the time needed by Bradley Wiggins to win Le Tour de France in 2012.”

Post Author

Author Picture

Duncan Robertson

Former intern at UnderConsideration LLC.

More: Online / On Twitter


Date Published

June 14, 2013


Filed Under



Tagged with


Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Google+ Add This



FPO (For Print Only), is a division of UnderConsideration, celebrating the reality that print is not dead by showcasing the most compelling printed projects.

FPO uses Fonts.com to render Siseriff and Avenir Next.

FPO is run with Six Apart’s MovableType

Syndicate / RSS Feed

All comments, ideas and thoughts on FPO are property of their authors; reproduction without the author’s or FPO’s permission is strictly prohibited

Contact us by e-mail

Twitter @ucllc

Sign-up for Mailing List

Mailing list managed by MailChimp

Thanks to our advertisers

About UnderConsideration

UnderConsideration is a graphic design firm generating its own projects, initiatives, and content while taking on limited client work. Run by Bryony Gomez-Palacio and Armin Vit in Bloomington, IN. More…

blogs we publish

Brand New / Displaying opinions and focusing solely on corporate and brand identity work.

Art of the Menu / Cataloguing the underrated creativity of menus from around the world.

Quipsologies / Chronicling the most curious, creative, and notable projects, stories, and events of the graphic design industry on a daily basis.

products we sell

Flaunt: Designing effective, compelling and memorable portfolios of creative work.

Brand New Conference videos / Individual, downloadable videos of every presentation since 2010.

Prints / A variety of posters, the majority from our AIforGA series.

Other / Various one-off products.

events we organize

Brand New Conference / A two-day event on corporate and brand identity with some of today's most active and influential practitioners from around the world.

Brand Nieuwe Conference / Ditto but in Amsterdam.

Austin Initiative for Graphic Awesomeness / A speaker series in Austin, TX, featuring some of the graphic design industry's most awesome people.


Favorite Things we've Made / In our capacity as graphic designers.

Projects we've Concluded / Long- and short-lived efforts.

UCllc News / Updates on what's going at the corporate level of UnderConsideration.

The End