Dave Cole Adds Color to an Old Australian Bridge

By: Michael Hines - Published: Oct 9, 2010 • References: boston & neatorama
Dave Cole recently took his knitted artwork to the land down under when he gave an old bridge in Melbourne, Australia a makeover. Dave Cole decorated the bridge in hot pink and red fabrics inspired by the Fibonacci sequence.

Dave Cole is no secret to large-scale knitting projects. His past works have been featured on Trend Hunter and can be seen below. Unfortunately, his latest work was torn down by vandals before it had a chance to delight and inspire the citizens of Melbourne. Some people just don't appreciate public displays of art. Stats for Hot Pink Overpasses Trending: Older & Chilly
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