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15 July 15 words: Smallkid

Nottingham Bike Works and Smallkid design took Juliana's Bike around the city centre for a rather special exhibition

Juliana’s Bike

“Little is known about this strange item. It is thought to have been built by Julianne Bellente, originally for an East Street arts project.

There have been various sightings of it over the years, in places such as Oxford and Portsmouth, and even as far afield as Alaska, China and Cuba.  It was last seen in the streets of Leeds.

Tales report that many owners have occupied it using it for various purposes.  It is thought to have been home to a groundsman, a factory worker, a paper boy, and more recently an artist. Some people believe it is always on the move, exploring the planet for interesting and odd items and observing its surroundings.  

Some, on the other hand, think it's just a box on the back of a bike.”

Juliana’s Bike explored Nottingham City Centre with an exhibition from Kid30 (Smallkid) between Friday 10 – Sunday 12 July.

It will be making an appearance again on Saturday 8 August up Canning Circus

Smallkid website

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