With Christmas is at the doorsteps and people waiting for Santa to knock at their doors, London seems to be full of creative minds this season. A London cyclist has brought in cheer to the festive season with his creative art of mapping a reindeer by going in his cycle.
Anthony Hoyte, 51, decided to cycle through the cities in the shape of a reindeer this Christmas. He cycled for nine hours to create the reindeer shape of his travel. In his tweet, he said that he cycled congested streets looking for some festive.
Reports said that Hoyte had a background in product designing and it was this that helped him draw his plan of drawing a reindeer through his travel. This is not the first time that Hoyte is creating something unusual. In 2017, he had cycled round London in the shape of a snow man. After that he had cycled to create a Santa Clause in 2018 in Birmingham.
Hoyte is already known for creating images from the routes that he travels. This time for the reindeer shape, he cycled 79 kilometres. He started from Hammersmith in west London and then went North as far as Edgware and then headed south again and then east through Hampstead Heath and Wood Green. He went through Kilburn and Maida Vale and finished in central London.
On his interest for drawing shapes in cycles, he said that he spent a lot of time looking at maps and finally something comes to his mind.