Van Gogh's night sky is a field of roiling energy. Below the exploding stars, the village is a place of quiet order. Connecting earth and sky is the flamelike cypress, a tree traditionally associated with graveyards and mourning. But death was not ominous for van Gogh.
What a weekend! 34 entrants arrived on Friday morning rolling in a different interpretation of what the ultimate utility bike could be. The breadth of ideas around the bicycle as a modern transport tool was impressive and inspiring. While there are a limited number of winners, we think that each entry contributes to the conversation of creating a better bike for the everyday rider. To see the winners, visit our winners gallery .
Sección EDUCACIÓN Campaña de ahorro de energía III Ciclo del Centenario VARIOS Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Andy Maser has twelve years of experience as a Director of Photography, Producer and Editor for commercial, broadcast, documentary, non-profit and feature film clients. He calls Portland, Oregon home, but regularly shoots in locations around the world. A National Geographic Explorer, Andy is often tapped for critical shoots in remote and dangerous parts of the world. He is comfortable shooting on SCUBA in whitewater rivers, hanging out of helicopters and navigating logistics in politically unstable countries. In 2012, Andy worked as a Director of Photography for numerous National Geographic and PBS shows, major commercial clients and a feature film. He produced and wrote for PBS and provided full service production services for major non-profit organizations.