The Guerrilla Knitted Street Installations of Streetcolor

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Dec 21, 2010 • References: streetcolor.wordpress & treehugger
An old artisan craft is working its way into contemporary art, with the Knitted Street Installations of Streetcolor leading the revolution. Working towards the work of Knitta Please (AKA Magda Sayeg), this knitfitti artist is hitting the sidewalks and roadsides by yarnbombing one pole at a time.

Having crocheted their way through Paris in recent months, the anonymous team have tied down their home-base state of California. Even after vandalizing the Crocker Art Museum, the Knitted Street Installations of Streetcolor could only be complimented by the creativity-fostering institution. Stats for Yarn-Bombed Boulevards Trending: Older & Warm
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