Create Strava artwork from your Strava data with this new site. Download the artwork to create your own prints, t-shirts, whatever you want.
We love sites that do cool things with Strava data. That’s why we built a directory of Strava api sites before even Strava themselves decided to host one too.
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Introducing Strartwork (Strava artwork, geddit?)
If you’re looking at the screenshot with a sense of deja vu, then maybe you’re thinking of MadeWithSisu, a service that produces very similar artwork and lets you order high quality prints for your wall.
Strartwork does something very similar with a few key differences.
You can configure the image by choosing colours and line thicknesses, and there are a few different types of visualisation to choose from.
It’s very new and clearly has some room to develop, but Andrew (the author) has created a very functional, solid base to start from.
Personally I would like to see more filtering options on which rides to include/exclude, such as options to:
- Exclude commutes.
- Filter by distance (e.g. only show rides greater than 30 miles)
- Manually select individual rides for inclusion/exclusion.
- Add your own background images
- Do some funky 3d mapping like you can get on Veloviewer.
What else should it offer?
Suggestions in the comments please, I know Andrew, the author of Strartwork will read them.
How does Strartwork differ from MadeWithSisu?
Strartwork allows you to configure and download your own artwork, to then do whatever you want with. There are dozens, probably hundreds of sites where you can upload your images to get them printed on t-shirts, mouse mats, bags, caps, posters, fridge magnets, you name it….
MadewithSisu on the other hand, offer a high quality print service, and at this point in time, I’d say that their graphical output looks more stylish and “designed” than the Strartwork output.
But riding on an initial wave of post-launch excitement and energy, that could all change quite quickly as Strartwork evolves in response to user feedback.
So watch that space!