Made and shared by The Underground Council on Public Arts.
Shared by Samer Farha.
Photo shared by Roxana Escolar.
Made and shared by babukatorium.
Made and shared by gardngrl who says, “I have a nickel allergy. A bad one. And all of the fixtures in my apartment are brushed nickel. So I’m on a mission to cover each of…
Installation by Monte A. Smith aka SenorMysterioso. See the full flickr set: The Gun Store
Sent in by Gnomee who says, these were “placed at Elephant and Castle Bus Stop in SE1 London lasted approx 3 days before removed by Transport for London”.
Spotted on flickr, photos by trisaratopss. Fantastic and weird!
Photo shared by Zazoo & Satori.
The conductive thread is knit into the index finger tip of the glove so you can use a touch screen w/o having to take your glove off! How cool is that? Read more about Laura’s…
Made and shared by chikkyknit2010.
Spotted and shared by Johnadette who says, “this was a class project for University of Washington’s ART 427 Topics in Surface Design: Off the Table and Out of the Box.”
I love this yarn bomb. Photo shared by Ken Duffy aka Frank Synopsis.
“AQUARIUUUUUS….” Spotted in Amsterdam, photo shared by sandydr.
Natalie Jones sent 1000 Pom Pom kits around the world and is currently collecting photos and data for her project called, aptly, “The Pom-Pom Project”. Kudos to her for a) her awesome, super-amazingly designed kits,…
Photograph shared by Luna Park. ~ Photograph shared by Ray Chin aka park_dweller.
… he’s watching you… not eat meat … This diorama was made by Nanae Ito, who says: “My hack utilizes the soft material of yarn and the cozy craft of crochet to create a diorama…
Shared by Roxie Carpenter.
Congratulations to Leanne Prain and Mandy Moore and everyone at the Historic Joy Kogawa House in Vancouver!! Photos via Janis Brass Photography & Heather Kaiser.
Spotted and shared by Isa de Santa.
“International love of smoking.” Made and shared by Serena Jasmine (aka Wong).
iamcrochet.com Photo shared by Travis L Smith.
Made and shared by Alison Bailey Smith aka abscraft, who says this was made with “tops of films cannisters and metal washers from televisions with recycled wire from old TV’s circa 1989/1990”. Photo by Peter…
Spotted by Katrina.
Spotted and shared by Asad C.
This knit meter “cozy” was made for the Columbia SC “Change for Change” event, December 2010. For knitterly details: ravel.me/tottopper/mmc Visit the designer: www.tottoppers.com
via V Crosson: “This appeared on a new sculpture on MIT’s campus this week (possibly for finals?) Kudos to whoever knitted this monster; it’s gotta be forty feet long, and is wholly made of t-shirt…
Photo by Derek Powazek.