Filling potholes with yarn

Article: Filling potholes with yarn

I’ve previously shared (here, here, here, and here) yarn and knit based forms of street art by different artists. Here’s one more for the roster: Juliana Santacruz Herrera does a civic duty by filling in potholes and gaps in the streets of Paris with colorful strands of yarn. [Via]

Yarn-bombed Rocky Balboa supports the arts

Article: Yarn-bombed Rocky Balboa supports the arts

The same artist who yarn-bombed seats on the Philadelphia SETPA trains is back (previously) and this time Ishknits stitched a sweater for the Rocky Balboa statue standing triumphantly in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Yarn subway art in Philadelphia

Article: Yarn subway art in Philadelphia

Philadelphia blogger Conrad Benner got the call to join an artist as she “yarn bombed” SEPTA trains (three seats on three lines in all). And even while we started on a near empty train by the end it was the beginning of rush hour and the train was packed, all the people on each train…

Knitted meat

Article: Knitted meat

In her free time, Pratt student Stephanie Casper knits these delightful yarn meats that are also PETA friendly. The plastic shrink wraps is a nice final touch. View more on her Flickr site. [Via]