Meet Ivano Vitali – an Ecologist, Sculptor and Performer Who Creates With Newspaper Yarn

Meet Ivano Vitali – an Ecologist, Sculptor and Performer Who Creates With Newspaper Yarn

In his works he uses printed paper, newspaper in particular, which he transforms into yarn! He then knits, crochets and/or weaves it into vests, cardigans, wedding dresses and tapestries!

Meet Ivano Vitali - an Ecologist, Sculptor and Performer Who Creates With Newspaper Yarn

Meet Ivano Vitali - an Ecologist, Sculptor and Performer Who Creates With Newspaper Yarn

Meet Ivano Vitali - an Ecologist, Sculptor and Performer Who Creates With Newspaper Yarn

Meet Ivano Vitali - an Ecologist, Sculptor and Performer Who Creates With Newspaper Yarn

Visit his ivano vitali’s web site, “Zero Impact Global Art“.





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2 Comments

  1. Irene Covington

    But, can you wear it in the rain? Or must it all be for inside use? Wonder if “yarn” is plyable? Or only good for lampshades, curtains and the like?

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  2. Kathryn Vercillo

    Really happy to see you sharing this artist’s work. I’ve written about him several times on Crochet Concupiscence and really love what he does for so many reasons!

    Reply

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