Posts Tagged magda sayeg
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).
Photo Source: Design Milk
Langham Place’s several architectural features are transformed into brilliant rainbows of warm and fuzzy installations.
Photo Source: Chinadaily.com
Sayeg’s highly detailed collaboration with Langham Place features knit patterns for a mock goldfish stall in Mong Kok in Hong Kong.
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Artist, Magda Sayeg has covered parts of Mong Kok shopping mall with wool. “My inspiration of knitting the city came from the industrious side of the city, the ugliness of the city,” said Sayeg. “I want to add softness and human qualities to the city.”
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During a festival in Villeurbanne, Magda Sayeg lead knitters and crocheters in yarn bombing to add the human touch to the city.
The government in Angers, France commissioned Magda Sayeg to yarn bomb a bridge for an urban arts festival.
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Wall Street Journal interviews Magda Sayeg in this clip as she works on then current project at the Standard Hotel in Los Angeles, California.