Posts Tagged yarn bombing
Over 1,800 people showed up last weekend to participate in Pittsburgh’s “Knit the Bridge” project which became the largest yarn bombing in the nation to date. The finished product will be part of the Fiberart International 2013 exhibit.
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Polish graffiti artist, Olek, names her latest work “Deadly Romance” as a tribute to Polish poet, Julian Tuwim.
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Graffiti artist, Olek, joins more than 20 other artist in an outdoor art festival, Absolut’s Open Canvas, along a stretch of North Sixth Street in Brooklyn, New York.
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Magda loves to work on spirographs like the one below and is looking for the opportunity to make one that is 20 to 50ft in diameter. She is also collaborating with photographer, Dave Mead, (2nd photo below) and ceramist, Ryan McKerley (3rd photo below).
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Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at Ishknits’ street art:
Yarn bombing made of 12,000 crocheted granny squares from 50 states and 25 countries, called “Granny Squared,” now covers the Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) facade. Watch the video below to see how the crocheters behind the scene feel about “Granny Squared.”
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Olek teams up with Rickshaw Spidey of East Village fame at Washington Square Park with a crocheted camo-covered rickshaw.
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Here’s a video clip of yarn bombers in action who are putting up a 2×2 m word “Love.”