This ‘Hot Lunch’ Was Whipped Up Using 721 Pounds of Yarn in 103 Colors

This ‘Hot Lunch’ Was Whipped Up Using 721 Pounds of Yarn in 103 Colors

Hope you’re HUNGRY! Because Eric Rieger, known by his street name HOTTEA, has taken yarn bombing to the next level – this is ART!

This 'Hot Lunch' Was Whipped Up Using 721 Pounds of Yarn in 103 Colors

Courtesy of the Mall of America via the Minnesota Monthly

This 'Hot Lunch' Was Whipped Up Using 721 Pounds of Yarn in 103 Colors

Courtesy of the Mall of America via the Minnesota Monthly

Read more about this amazing installation from the Minnesota Monthly.





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