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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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Olek teams up with Rickshaw Spidey of East Village fame at Washington Square Park with a crocheted camo-covered rickshaw.
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Right after her trip to Brazil, guerrilla crochet street artist, Olek, wraps a statue of Albert Einstein in pink and purple yarn.
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In Sao Paulo, Brazil, Olek creates “Crocheted Jacarea,” a massive alligator playground with a team of “crocheteiros”. It was designed by Marcia Maria Benevento and covered in North Carolina acrylic yarn and Brazilian ribbons.
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Street artist, Olek, yarn bombs the River-God at the base of John Young’s monument. It’s also the first time she has ever left her mark on a fountain. “It’s a new identity,” Olek said. “For instance, the fountain doesn’t look like a fountain anymore … When you put pink camouflage on it, people start paying attention to it and taking pictures. It’s transforming the identity of an object.”
Samsung teams up with Olek as she leaves her crocheted signature on landmarks across the country.
Street artist, Olek, yarn bombs the streets of Montreal.
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Olek’s signature crochet art covers two of the 100 Antony Gormley sculptures that line Crosby Beach in Merseyside. Olek explains how she wanted to “transform old into new” by “giving them a new skin.” Gormley couldn’t agree more.
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Here in the small alley way between Lafayette and Crosby Streets are four identical strollers crocheted by Olek, which collectively bear the message, “Love and stop lights can be cruel.”
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