Friday, February 22, 2008

Charleston Knitting Graffiti Artist

MinniPurl strikes on Capitol Street. There are a few of these around from what I've been told. And the Charleston Daily Mail has a story on this artist and her art today.

knitting graffiti artist
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5 Comments:

Blogger Rebecca Burch said...

DUUUUUDE!!!! That is sooooo cool!

6:11 PM  
Blogger JafaBrit's Art said...

We were inspired last year by the work of knitta and started added to a local tree, but this year it really took off and the locals are not only loving it but participating and adding their own pieces. It sure brightens up a dull grey day. We have a pic on our,jafagirl, website (not a commercial/sales site) if you want to see it :)
www.jafagirlart.com

LOVE the whole concept and while I am not a knitter, I am excited to see how knitting has moved beyond the traditional and into some pretty exciting art and public art.

9:06 AM  
Blogger spinster girl said...

I was driving to work last week and noticed the cozy on a tree outside the public library. I've been struck by an overwhelming sense of ennui lately, but seeing this brightened my morning.

1:12 PM  
Blogger TTHBTK said...

I love the tree/door handle/post sweaters, too! They add a very tactile, warm feeling to everyday, downtown objects that could otherwise seem bland or cold.

8:09 PM  
Blogger Los Crochet Locos said...

I just did a google search on my tagger name (Los Crochet Locos) and saw that oncee mentioned my guerilla yarn art. Then I saw the link to this post. I am so excited to see that other WVians are doing this in other cities. Awesome!! And I LOVE love love the name...minipurl...that's terrific!

4:04 PM  

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