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Friday, December 19, 2014

Highland Park gets “yarn-bombed”

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A band of fiber artists engaged in some “yarn bombing” on Figueroa Street in Highland Park on Saturday, draping everything from parking meters and trash cans to a bus shelter with colorfully knitted and crocheted pieces.  The street art installation was part of the the opening for “Fig Knit On!“, a fiber art exhibit at Future Studio Gallery.  Photographer Martha Benedict has more photos of parking meter and newsrack cozies.

Photos by Martha Benedict



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4 comments

  1. That is awesome. I LOVE the newspaper box! Beautiful…

  2. I saw this on Sunday while running errands – made me SOOO happy. Thanks, Yarn Bombers! Your art is much appreciated–

  3. Such a joyous sight! Every neighborhood should be Yarn Bombed, thanks folks

  4. YES! I think it’s great to see this kind of art!! the mail box is especially beautiful! but great job and effort for doing it! I also love the flowers!! A lot of work and ephemeral beauty

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