Hello world, this is Lukas writing to you. I’ll show you some drawings I made on the tour. I tried to find myself some trash to transform into art. Like old books or any piece of paper. “Out of trash!”
Waiting in front of belarussian embassy in warsaw. In the end this was completly senseless, because they again and again refused our application.
My bike with the 2-wheel trailer
our neighbours in the allotment-gardens in hainowka gave us loads of veggies and berrys every day.
I made this drawing for them as a thank-you
We had to take trains, because the border-crossing to Belarus, where we wanted to enter the country, refused us. Because of the dog.
The polish side of the border in Brest with the officer trying to understand why we came with bikes on the highway. On the belarussian side, they again refused us, because of the bikes. We went back and found a bus, that took us and our bikes. The customs officer asked us, why the hell we took our bikes on the bus. We told him, that we we tried otherwise, but were refused. So this was the only way. He agreed.
Shanti-Dom, our second stop in Belarus. A yoga-farm in the middle of nowhere.
I found this magazin, no idea what it is about, in the stuff to burn at Shanti-Dom. Made some drawings of cooking with the rocketstove and our tents.
Cycling with two trailers and a dog running on the side.
As cycling is somehow the main thing on the biketour, I wanted to do drawings of this as well! So I had to draw while cycling… It was quiet a challenge because of the bumpy roads and the always moving models.
drawing while cycling
Kamenitsa, ecovillage between Minsk and Vilnius.
cooking under the tarp
couldn’t finish this one… But I really like it how the cyclist is just flying in front of the trailer.
wheels are may be the part of the bike, that have to be repaired the most often.
Eating vegan pizza in the most awesome cooperativly runned pizzaria, Antras Aukstas. In Kaunas, Lithuania.
never finished hotel, the highest building in the whole town, just a big concrete skeleton.
renovating a new room for the cooperative. It is also going to be a rehearsal room.
In the yard of Radi Vidi Pats, a community workshop in Liepaja, is a huge pile of bike-parts. They are combined into crazy freakbikes, or the left-overs from projects.
Breakfast at Cita Abra, a cultural project in an old watermill on the latvian countryside.
All you need on a bicycle!
One of the participants brought another smaller stove and a pipe to blow in the fire.
The jetty in the river at “Fukushima”-Sauna place in Riga.