This Shared Bike Graveyard in China is a Work of Art

By Bridget O'Donnell, November 22, 2017

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We've seen some pretty expansive bike share graveyards around China following the boom of companies like Mobike and Ofo, but this latest one is truly a work of art.

Over the weekend, Weibo user Chen Lifen captured images from above showing a massive bike share waste pile in the Fujianese city of Xiamen. Check out this hauntingly beautiful masterpiece:

This Shared Bike Graveyard in China is Truly a Work of Art

This Shared Bike Graveyard in China is Truly a Work of Art

This Shared Bike Graveyard in China is Truly a Work of Art

Xiamen Bike Share

Shared with the caption "Resource sharing turned into resource waste," Chen's images show just how out of control China's bike share craze has become.

[Images via Weibo, h/t 88 Bar, @sanverde]

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