Biker creates magnificent GPS doodles
Stephen Lund took the boredom-rite-of-passage, doodling, to a new level by evolving it into a sport. The visually-minded biker has been doodling with his two wheels since January 2015, developing intricate and striking designs with the use of a GPS. Stephen shares with Mashable that he uses an app called Strava to help him navigate his way through the streets of the City of Victoria, Canada. See also: Watch this artist illustrate Singapore's skyline using only makeup First, Stephen uses a physical map to chart his path and create a visual blueprint. Next, Google Maps comes in to assist in pinpointing just the right route, including the nonlinear change in Stephen's drawings. These changes essentially become the turn-by-turn directions for each bike trip. The artist goes on to share he first started the project as a way to have fun, but the overwhelming enthusiasm for his doodles encouraged him to create an official site and continue to create into 2016. GPS Biker Illustrations Image: Caters Stephen Lund Image: Caters Stephen Lund Image: Caters Stephen Lund Image: Caters Stephen Lund H/T: Bored Panda] Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments.