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Whether you want to call it yarn-bombing or guerrilla knitting, this craze has spread across the world in a colorful display of environmentally friendly public art. Isabeau Joubert has done something
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Photo by Olek
Polish-born Olek is internationally acclaimed for her large-scale artworks and is most notable for crocheting her entire studio apartment, her full-body yarn suits, and for stitching a
Way back in October 2005, Sayeg founded Knitta Please, a collective of yarn bombers who set to work covering mundane urban objects like parking meters, street signs and lamp posts with colorful yarn.
From crocheted cars to potholes repaired with colorful bursts of yarn, guerilla knitting has become a daily sighting on the streets and all over the web. The yarn graffiti movement has reached worldwide
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