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April 17, 2012  | by: Emily Simpson

Driving for endless hours never looked so cool.

We tend to forget a lot of the time that the reason we get to see our favorite artists put on fabulous concerts pretty much regardless of where we live is because they spend months on end driving around the country – sometimes in cramped vans that barely make it from venue to venue, but sometimes in pretty swanky tour buses. And in Europe, some artists find themselves with fantastically decorated tour buses, as elegant outside as they are in.

Cue Taylor Holland, a European artist who spent a lot of time noticing the bright and brash patterns that frequently adorn these European tour buses. The result, a project titled “Eurobus” that inspired a book of the same name, features a series of 58 digital photographs shot on bicycle commutes in Paris, France in the spring of 2011. It’s a colorful look at a mode of transportation frequently overlooked in the grand scheme of things, and definitely something worth checking out.

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