Anthony Hoyte, a cyclist who calls himself 'Peddling Picasso', has traced a route across London depicting a hairy headed and moustachioed man to raise money for the men's mental health charity Movember.
Hoyte, 53 and from Cheltenham, cycled around 75 miles in eight-and-half hours to create the image, which is made using the exercise tracking app Strava.
He has previously cycled a Santa face across the West Midlands and a reindeer head over London.
Mr Hoyte hopes to raise £3925 - a pound for every man's life lost to suicide in 2020.
Movember is a not-for-profit that began in 2003 to raise awareness for men's mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer and testicular cancer. The organisation encourages people to grow facial hair throughout November, believing the "powerful upper-lip accessory commands attention, demands a double-take and compels lifesaving conversations".
In conversation with the BBC, Mr Hoyte said, "I've been doing these drawings for a few years now, usually for a bit of fun, but I decided to do something different this year. I've had a few struggles with my mental health over the years, and as a typical bloke, I don't find it easy opening up".
"It was harder than I thought it might be. I've done a few faces, and I started by trying to add a moustache to one of them, but that didn't work, so I started from scratch. The whole thing took about three months to plan.
"On the day things were complicated by a few road closures, so I had to modify the route on the hoof. I'm also not as fit as I could be, so I was shattered by the end."