Penny Farthing cyclists ride near Tower Bridge on June 9, 2011 in London, England. The riders have cycled from Paris ahead of the IG Markets London Nocturne cycling event on June 11, 2011. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
Participants wearing historical attire compete on historical high wheel Penny Farthing bicycles in the traditional 'One Mile Race' at Letna Park in Prague, Czech Republic, November 7, 2015. The meeting of Penny Farthing bicycles is taking place for the 22th time. (Photo by Filip Singer/EPA)
American artist Robert Wechsler has realized a series of sculptural cubes made from thousands of pennies titled “The Mendicant“. Cubes achieved by notching and joining pennies in perfect orientation to one another. Joined at perpendicular angles, the coins create a lattice structure allowing tunnel like passages of light from certain angles. As one moves around them, the cubes seem to fluctuate from material to ethereal. The number of pennies increases exponentially with the size of the cube. Pictured here are three cubes differentiated with subtitles indicating the exact quantity used.
Attendee Ana Niebla arrives in costume as Princess Penny Wise for opening night of the pop culture festival Comic Con International in San Diego, California, U.S., July 17, 2019. (Photo by Mike Blake/Reuters)
A participant sets off on a penny-farthing bicycle at the start of the The Tweed Run in central London, Britain, May 14, 2016. The Tweed Run, a very British public bicycle ride through London's streets, with a prerequisite that participants are dressed in their best tweed cycling attire. (Photo by Hannah McKay/Reuters)
Alexey Malina has portrayed the Seven Deadly Sins in a series of posters called Seven Sins. The black shapes bleed as the deception and dread of sin’s course evolves in one’s life. Their stamina caves to lust, wrath, envy, greed, sloth, pride and gluttony. As the New Testament warns us, “flee from evil, cling to what is good” for the patterns that follow the seven only lead to death.
In this May 31, 2016 photo, pieces of watermelon litter the trash area of the Coche public market in Caracas, Venezuela. Staples such as corn flour and cooking oil are subsidized, costing pennies at the strongest of two official exchange rates. But fruit and vegetables have become an unaffordable luxury for many Venezuelan families. (Photo by Fernando Llano/AP Photo)