From rolled jeans to grease-stained fingers to the ubiquitous messenger bag and apparel with smartly integrated reflective material, urban cyclists wear their love for their preferred method of transport almost literally on their sleeves. And now they can express that passion by integrating cycling into their love of cool art. 100copies, the brainchild of Singapore creative director and avid cyclist Thomas Yang, release limited-edition prints that embrace the more understated elements of the cycling aesthetic. The designs cover the gamut of styles, from dramatic black-and-white images of the Empire State Building created by applying ink to seven different tire tracks to more mod takes on the angles and circles of a wheel. As the name suggest, each design has a controlled run of 100, watermarked and labeled with the edition number. Prices start at $45 per print, and they also sell cool t-shirts (which aren’t produced in limited runs but are still, ya know, kind of unique) for $38.