Posts tagged yarn bombing

murketing:


Yesterday I tagged along with Lorna, from Knits For Life (my sister!) while she installed this super awesome iphone yarn bomb on this sad looking pay phone. As you can see in the before above, the receiver is gone so this is a definite upgrade. I wanted to ask her a few questions about the idea and her process

Read it here: The Dapper Toad: iPayPhone Yarn Bomb)
I really like this, and have just lately been thinking about abandoned pay phones and booths. Who owns them, exactly?
Anyway this is a cool project. Via No Expectations.

Today, in urban intervention love.

murketing:

Yesterday I tagged along with Lorna, from Knits For Life (my sister!) while she installed this super awesome iphone yarn bomb on this sad looking pay phone. As you can see in the before above, the receiver is gone so this is a definite upgrade. I wanted to ask her a few questions about the idea and her process

Read it here: The Dapper Toad: iPayPhone Yarn Bomb)

I really like this, and have just lately been thinking about abandoned pay phones and booths. Who owns them, exactly?

Anyway this is a cool project. Via No Expectations.

Today, in urban intervention love.

Juliana Santacruz Herrera uses yarn to fill in potholes and cracks in Paris’s roads and walkways. Check out her work here on Flickr.
(via Apartment Therapy Re-Nest)
See also earlier Everything Matters post here about pothole-inspired art, and Gardens in Unexpected Places post here about pothole gardening.

Juliana Santacruz Herrera uses yarn to fill in potholes and cracks in Paris’s roads and walkways. Check out her work here on Flickr.

(via Apartment Therapy Re-Nest)

See also earlier Everything Matters post here about pothole-inspired art, and Gardens in Unexpected Places post here about pothole gardening.