Street Art (11): Guerrilla Knitting


Knitted Tree Socks

I wouldn’t have thought that so soon after my post The Future: Back to the Past – Knitting, I would find more examples of this trend: Deputy Dog has a nice and informative post Urban Knitting: The most inoffensive Graffiti about the various forms of guerrilla knitting. I agree. It is the most inoffensive form of graffiti.


Knitted Road Signs

The video is hilarious:

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This one is from Deeply Superficial People

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The Theresa Honeywell Knitted Bike:

Guerrilla Knitting brings us a smile in these dark times after Black Monday.

Do you have more examples?

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7 Responses to Street Art (11): Guerrilla Knitting

  1. This is absolutely hysterical – stumbled it – love it! Can I steal the idea if I link back to you????

  2. Barbara

    My Blog is about sharing my views and my finds. If it inspires you, please feel free to copy. Inspiring my readers makes me Happy:-)

    Guido

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