Anne Mondro Crocheted Anatomically Correct Lungs Using 26-Gauge Steel and Copper

Anne Mondro Crocheted Anatomically Correct Lungs Using 26-Gauge Steel and Copper

“Crocheting wire enables me to create interwoven forms that are structurally strong, yet visually and physically light. The forms allude to ethereal silhouettes associated with shadows, ghosts or decay.”

Mondro studies the anatomy she crochets for months before getting her hook out and you can tell. Her pieces, which include hearts, lungs and hands, are breathtaking.

Learn more about her work via Stamps School of Art and Design (where she is an Associate Professor) and check out her online portfolio here.





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Danielle Holke is a long-time knitter, first taught by her beloved grandmother as a young girl growing up in Canada. In 2008 she launched KnitHacker, a lively blog and knitting community which has since grown to be a popular presence in contemporary knitting culture, reaching more than a million readers each year. As a marketing professional, Danielle advises and works with a motley squad of artists, yarn bombers, film makers, pattern designers, yarn companies and more. Learn more about her latest book, Knits & Pieces: A Knitting Miscellany.

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