Neil Stevens aka Crayonfire has launched a series of Tour de France prints celebrating key moments in the tours history. Take a look at them on the Crayonfire shop. Coming soon he will launch 100 graphic prints to celebrate the 100 years of the tour. Sounds like he’s been pretty busy lately then. The Swiss style is looking good, can’t wait to see them all.
I’m not going to hide the fact that we love Crayonfire’s illustrations and each have one up on the wall from the 2011 Tour de France. I’ve got my favourite stage from last year, Stage 19: Pinerolo to Galibier-Serre Chevalier – when Andy Schleck made a break away and was encouraged to the top of Alpe d’Huez by none other than Eddy Merckx standing through the sun roof of … Read more
It’s that time of year again, the Cycling Plus Tour de France supplement and this year it has some beautiful illustrations by Crayonfire. Here’s a little tease but there are plenty more inside so it’s well worth buying…so go buy it!