Birmingham, United Kingdom, September 06, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Around 3 miles long, the walking tour will show users of the Walk Run Cycle Birmingham app art from Birmingham based graffiti artists like Justin Sola, as well as international artists that created work for festivals in the city in years gone by. Ian Bush, the Brummie entrepreneur behind the Walk Run Cycle city apps, says it was one of the most fascinating tour routes he has worked on and was stunned by some of the artwork.
But don't delay, graffiti art has a bad habit of disappearing when new developments are built, so get out to view these now. Ian went on to say, "It's such a shame so much of the graffiti art gets destroyed, but fortunately new works come along to replace them so I'll be keeping my eyes open to alter and update the tour where necessary!"
Notes to editors:
Walk Run Cycle is the latest project from Birmingham based entrepreneur Ian Bush. Ian works on the Entrepreneurs for the Future programme at the Innovation Birmingham campus at Aston University Science Park. Ian's plan is to release Walk Run Cycle city based apps around the world. Each city app will be free to download and feature the best curated selection of local walks, runs and cycles in each city. Perfect for tourists wanting to see all the main sights, business visitors wanting to know a safe run to do at night, or locals wanting to take the family out on the bikes. Walk Run Cycle Birmingham has already achieved thousands of downloads only a few weeks after being launched.
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Walk Run Cycle Logo
Photo of Ian Bush
Selection of photos of Digbeth graffiti
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