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Emilie Faïf
joana vasconcelos | lovely textiles el matador, 2007 Joana Vasconcelos caught the attention of the international art world in 2005 at the Venice Biennale. Her sculptural work is that which often marries highly intelligent concepts with playful execution. Her work will be immediately recognisable to some of you for the volume and dexterity of crochet work. However she makes important sculptural pieces which pull upon a great range of influences, materials and disciplines. joana vasconcelos | lovely textiles
art yarn hexipuff | KnitHacker
Anne-Claire Petit
Nathan Vincent - The Artist
Horrifying crochet from Croshame
Frankenstein crocheted purse or bag by croshame on Etsy How could you even think about driving this guy out of town with burning torches and pitchforks? He's too cute! This one-of-a-kind bag is crocheted from wool yarn then embellished with novelty yarn, embroidery and hand-sewn felt features. Lined with a cotton fabric featuring a grey and black bat design (see last photo). Measures approx. 6" x 9" outside and with an interior space of about 4.5 x 8.5" and a 17" strap. Frankenstein crocheted purse or bag by croshame on Etsy
Knitted Masks by Aldo Lanzini
Knitty Gritty: 15 Works of Knit Art and Graffiti Knitty Gritty: 15 Works of Knit Graffiti & Yarn Bomb Art Article by Steve, filed under Installation & Sound in the Art category. If you thought knitting was a hobby only suited for the bored, the boring and the borderline senile, think again. It takes plenty of smarts to be a knit-wit and these 15 crafty creations prove those who wield the needles are anything but woolly-minded. Dave Cole’s Big Idea Knitty Gritty: 15 Works of Knit Art and Graffiti
olek
Monte A. Smith Monte A. Smith Monte A. Smith: I am a fine arts major with a digital media emphasis at the Metropolitan State College of Denver. I work mainly with narratives using video and photography. Lately I have become more interested in interactivity and installation. Outside of digital/new media I am working with street art in the form of knitted/crocheted coverings of things such as parking meters, bike racks, traffics signs etc. I started working with “knitfitti” in late 2005.
Studio From the Museum of Modern Art Press Release: The Museum of Modern Art and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center present an installation in P.S.1's outdoor courtyard by Los Angeles-based firm Ball-Nogues, led by Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues, winner of the eighth annual MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program. The competition invites emerging architects to propose an installation for the courtyard of P.S.1 in Long Island City, Queens. Studio
Brutal Knitting
Joana Vasconcelos
crochet : Tous les messages sur crochet - Page 2 - chez Henriette L. crochet : Tous les messages sur crochet - Page 2 - chez Henriette L. "oculini" ficelle de lin crochetée en 1 seul fil ininterrompu j'ai crocheté une dizaine d'yeux fermés comme des coquilles autour d'un regard dans le dos chez Emmaüs j'ai trouvé le présentoir idéal pour 1 euro et j'avais déjà un pied du même fournisseur en réserve je fais des yeux comme des bouches, comme des anémones de mer, des tiques, des araignées, des orifices à la Picasso, des oursins, des coquillages, des plantes carnivores
Critical Mass 2010 Winners
Sarah Moli Newton Applebaum : INVAERK
Soft Like Kittens › Amigurumi Dinosaur Skeleton Soft Like Kittens › Amigurumi Dinosaur Skeleton Originally posted to my blog in March 2011 This craft project was a long time in the making: a 120cm (4') long amigurumi dinosaur skeleton, now suspended museum-style from our lounge ceiling. It has 47 pieces and took 14 balls of wool! I started it around three years ago, when we lived in the Emily Place apartment, inspired by the lovely high ceilings there. I took a long break after the body and head were done, because I got frustrated trying to make the legs, and just sat down recently determined to finish it. I had a couple more enforced breaks caused by yarn shortages, but finally it is DONE!
Mozart Guerra - Sculpteur
Yarn Bombing | Flickr : partage de photos !
yellowtrace blog » Design Free Thursday | Yarn Bombing {aka Graffiti Knitting}.: Design Free Thursday | Yarn Bombing {aka Graffiti Knitting}. Yarn Bombing, also known as Graffiti/ Guerilla/ Urban Knitting is a schizophrenic love child of Banksy and Martha Stewart. Ok, so I made that up. But if those two were to have a love child, I have no doubt he or she would be into graffiti knitting. Am I right or what? yellowtrace blog » Design Free Thursday | Yarn Bombing {aka Graffiti Knitting}.:
What is your clothing memory? September 5, 2013 Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about ideas related to clothing – clothing as a costume, clothing as a disguise, clothing as a way to express identity, clothing as a uniform, clothing as a way to mark a milestone, and of course, clothing in relation to storytelling. Yarnbombing

Yarnbombing

Transcending the Material « The Art of Ben Cuevas These photos document “Transcending the Material”, a mixed media piece that I created and installed while in residence at the Wassaic Project (an arts collective and residency program located in New York state). The piece was exhibited at the Wassaic Project Summer Music and Arts Festival. “The installation piece Ben Cuevas chose to showcase at The Wassaic Project features a knitted skeleton seated atop a pyramid of Borden’s condensed milk cans and a cloud of screen prints on Plexi glass suspended above it. The knitted skeleton is seated in the lotus position. Transcending the Material « The Art of Ben Cuevas
Hannah Streefkerk
^ Fil de Rue ^ - BloG collEctif de YarN bOmbing
Pictured: The anatomically correct model of the human brain - made of wool
De la nourriture tricotée
Troy Emery
Stéphane Martello, sculpteur de laine stephane_martello05 – the Trendy Girl
Amigurumi on the Behance Network
Now you can really look like a knitwit with designer stubble
Royal wedding 2011: Jan Moir knits Kate Middleton and Prince William
New York artist Olek shows off wacky woolly wonderland