Would you like some crochet fries with that? UK based artist Kate Jenkins creates some of the most innovative knitted art we’ve seen… and all with a humorous (if not tasty) twist. Just look at the fish platter she’s created above: although its made of yarn and sequins, it looks good enough to eat and has a 3D structure often difficult to realize with the soft medium. [Read more...]
In this new music video for musician Wax Taylor’s song Time To Go, a crochet “quadropus” swims around the city, happily changing objects to its favorite color: blue. Pretty soon a lot of his world is its favorite hue… but not everything is working out perfectly. The piece was created by Oh Yeah Wow out of Australia. They’re the folks behind Gotye’s similarly cool video for Easy Way Out. [Read more...]
Although they look warm enough to hang outside on a cold winters day, these crochet covered animals are far too fine to face any inclement weather. Conceptual artist Shauna Richardson has been creating the full scale, witty yet beautiful pieces for a while now, further pushing her theory that “anything can be art.” [Read more...]
These amazingly tiny crochet animals fit on the tip of your finger. That’s how Su Ami, a small company run by a family of 5 from Vietnam, take each picture of their cute creations. The name of their company is taken from the nick name of their youngest daughter, who fittingly loves animals, movie characters and inspired the family to make their crafts. You can find their website at su-ami.blogspot.com where they have new creatures posted each month [Read more...]
Sometimes there’s nothing better during winter than a nice warm sweater, and that’s just what the wall street bull got early on Christmas morning. New York based artist, Olek, spent the morning of December 25th freezing her fingers off installing the large guerrilla art piece over the iconic statue; a guerrilla art piece from 1987, itself. She says she “wanted to make it for all those people who couldn’t make it to their families and for those people who don’t have coats and don’t have any money.” While the piece made a large impact, its duration was short: the caretaker of the small park tore the sweater off after only two hours.
Featuring leather pants, a banjo and a picnic, this vintage sampling of swinging sweaters couldn’t be better. Originally from the 1972 book Sweaters for Men To Crochet and Knit, each design is named after an iconic car of the day. We’ve included a picture of each pullover, cardigan or vest with its namesake vehicle… that should get your stylish wheels spinning!