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Artist transforms London bus into athlete doing push-ups for Olympics
An artist has thought of a unique way to celebrate this summer’s Olympic Games after transforming a London bus into an athlete doing push-ups.
Czech artist David Cerny created the unique red mechanical artwork in honour of the London 2012 Olympics, which kicks off on Friday.
Cerny bought the six tonne bus in Holland before attaching two gigantic electrical arms which lift the body of vehicle up and down.
Powered by an electrical engine, each push-up is accompanied by a recording of sounds evoking tough physical effort and video projections on the bus’ windows.
‘There is one common exercise for every sportsman in the world, and that is push-ups,’ explained Cerny.
‘It is training for sport activities but at the same time it is also punishment in armies and prisons. So the push-ups are a very universal physical activity…It is in a way very ironic.
Cerny hopes the vehicle, named the London Booster, will become the unofficial mascot of the Games.
Positioned outside the Czech Olympic House in Islington, Cerny also hopes the bus can inspire his fellow compatriots to medal glory this summer.

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A Czech artist has transformed an old double decker bus so that it can do push-ups for the Olympics!!

David Cerny created the unique red mechanical artwork in honour of the London 2012 Olympics.  He’s attached two gigantic electrical arms which lift the bus up and down.

Its all powered by an electrical engine, each push-up is accompanied by a recording of sounds evoking tough physical effort and video projections on the bus’ windows.

Cerny hopes the vehicle, named the London Booster, will become the unofficial mascot of the Games.

You can see the bus outside the Czech Olympic House in Islington.

Find out more at czechhouselondon.cz

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