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It's called 'yarn bombing' it's like graffiti for the city but with a softer touch! i WISH it were everywhere;)   (Article written by by Kristen Pinkham on Loud and Clear)

''yarn bombing'' is one of those spur of the moment ideas that really isn't a bad thing. decorating something with yarn in a classy way is fun and pretty. this bench looks amazing to me.

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Public Murals by A’shop Crew on the Streets of Montreal, Notre-Dame-De-Grâce.

Knitta Trees and Benches

The practice of knitting and decorating items in public spaces is called "yarn-bombing." These yarn-bombed trees were part of an art installation Valk Chuah Blanton Museum of Art, UT Austin

Very clever...I especially like the 'glowing' tree roots, but I don't even understand how the icicle one works...

An Artist Used Nature To Create Some Amazing Land Art

Seinämaalaus Tartossa

Seinämaalaus Tartossa

Street Artist Adds a Delicate Touch of Lace to Public Urban Spaces - My Modern Met NeSpoon

Street Artist Adds a Delicate Touch of Lace to Public Urban Spaces

Inspired by the dainty doily, street artist NeSpoon is known for her delicate designs that adorn—and subsequently spruce up—public spaces around the w

Ignacio Canales Aracil | "Pressed flowers. Just flowers. Spanish artist Ignacio Canales Aracil collects flowers from the private gardens of the most renowned landscape designers in Europe and then presses them into large molds. He gets no help from adhesives… just a month long drying process and the loving, miraculous touch of mother nature. When they’re complete he adds a spray of light varnish to protect them from moisture. So amazing… delicate and stunningly beautiful."

Spanish artist Ignacio Canales Aracil collects flowers from the private gardens of the most renowned landscape designers in Europe and then presses them into large molds.

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