Dina Belenko’s Crochet Maze for Wes Anderson

Dina Belenko’s Crochet Maze for Wes Anderson

In 2014, photographer Dina Belenko created a tribute to filmmaker Wes Anderson called “17 words for Wes Anderson” in which she chose 17 words that she associates with his style and composed corresponding photographs.

This crochet maze represents “diligence”:

“Diligence” from the series “17 words for Wes Anderson”

Her mom crocheted that! And yes, it’s a great visual to represent diligence.

Read more about Dina Belenko’s project at http://dinabelenko.deviantart.com

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