Australian Man Pays Homage To Nirvana's 'Nevermind' In A Roundabout Way Using a GPS tracking app, Pete Stokes biked a 93-mile route that formed a picture of the album's art — a naked baby in a pool — when viewed from above. It took him nearly eight and a half hours.

Australian Man Pays Homage To Nirvana's 'Nevermind' In A Roundabout Way

Australian Man Pays Homage To Nirvana's 'Nevermind' In A Roundabout Way

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Using a GPS tracking app, Pete Stokes biked a 93-mile route that formed a picture of the album's art — a naked baby in a pool — when viewed from above. It took him nearly eight and a half hours.

(SOUNDBITE OF NIRVANA SONG, "SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT")

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. An Australian man who loves Nirvana decided to pay homage to their album "Nevermind" in a very roundabout way. Using a GPS tracking app, Pete Stokes biked a 93-mile route that forms a picture of the album's art - the naked baby in the pool - when it's viewed from above. It took him almost 8 1/2 hours, which is enough time to listen to "Nevermind" 12 times over. It's MORNING EDITION.

(SOUNDBITE OF NIRVANA SONG, "SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT")

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