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Yarn queen Olek enlisted the help of refugee women to remind the world that having a home matters.
Who helped me? I'll give you a clue. Who would you guess is hidden behind the name Callie Slonowska? What about the date
Oh death, the world simply brims with it. Naturally so do the streets.
Five years into it, The Brooklyn Artists Ball has become a glittering spectacle that speaks to the traditional, the contemporary and the beat on the street.
First of all realize artworks in the streets is already a sort of revolution. Public spaces, especially if peripheral, are
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Olek and Miss Van Together the artistic vision is a delicious combination of two creative perspectives, not quite combined
Fafi at work on her installation. (photo © Martha Cooper for Wynwood Walls) See new photos and read scintillating interviews
It has never been just a crocheted room. It is my comment on life, communication, modern relationships, private versus public. Everything that enters or leaves me will sooner or later become a crocheted work or inspire one.
The recent government decision regarding gay rights in Russia made me want to boycott the country. Then, at a dinner with my three best friends, who happen to be gay, we all agreed that I should take the opportunity that St. Petersburg's Galeria presented to make a statement.
I tend to crochet a lot of things that move. It's true. I crochet bicycles, cars, strollers, sleds, pedicabs, people. I've always been in motion. My work must always be moving.
If you like yarn bombing, particularly ugly sweaters and neon colors so bright they burn your eyes, you're going to adore
We've always had a soft spot for the yarn-crazed wonder known as Olek, but her newest creation, a crochet rickshaw, takes
With Curatorial Intern: Katie Hernandez Humor is not usually the first thing that comes up when we talk about contemporary
For me, life, crochet and art are inseparable. Anyone who enters my world will be sooner or later become transformed into my pieces. Lovers, friends, complete strangers. But then they undress, step inside my full body suits and wait to be stitched in.
The billboard is located at Peralta and 36th St, in case any Californians want to head over and take a look. The public art
For those who follow this sort of thing, street artist Olek has monopolized the category for pink and purple camouflage crochet