Arts and Culture

Photos: ARTCRANK Denver pedals into Taxi this weekend

The local graphics community rolls quite naturally alongside the hipster bike community, which is evident every September when the annual ARTCRANK bike-poster show takes a lap through Denver. This year's event featuring $40 limited-edition, hand-printed posters by 36 talented artists will be in that RiNo live/work haven, Taxi, to celebrate its four-year run in Denver.

See also: - ARTCRANK It Up - ARTCRANK at Super Ordinary Gallery - Bike Art for Bike People

ARTCRANK is free and will be open to the public from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday, with food trucks and bike films moving in after 5 p.m.; for all the details and more previews go to the website. Following is a sampler of the caliber of local art you'll have to choose from.

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