Yarn Bombing: 10 of the Most Brilliant Yarn-Bombs Ever - The Chromologist
Trees in sweaters, Blanton Museum Of Art, University Of Texas, Austin, Texas (@ Inga Spence/Alamy)
Yarn bombing is a growing craze - removable graffiti that can bring life and colour to inanimate objects. From cars to statues, here are 10 best yarn bombs
Trees in sweaters, Blanton Museum Of Art, University Of Texas, Austin, Texa
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For some reason, this looks like giraffe legs clad in vividly striped knee socks. The colors (esp. turquoise and hot pink) make me smile. Where do you think they're heading? Yarn bombing installation at the Blanton Museum of art in Austin, TX.
NYC’s Crocheted Olek (a. Polish-born Agata Olek) hit up the Wall Street Bull and encapsulated it inside crocheted neon. “It lasted 2 hours,” she tells HFA, “but it was there…”
Crocheted Wall Street Bull by Crocheted Olek (a.a Polish born Agata Olek) - Would loved to have seen this but with 20 + inches of snow on the ground looks like I'll have to settle for a picture.
New York-based Polish artist Agata Oleksiak or better known as Olek can claim to be the world's first crochet street artist. Olek has.
Olek, is having a solo exhibition at the prominent San Francisco street art gallery White Walls. Olek is known as a guerilla knitting activist, and he crochet has been covering many walls, public statues and objects.
a pink and purple crochet bull, getting the measurements on this one must have been insanity!