Yarn Revolt on the Bowery
This revolution will not be televised…it’ll be blogged about.
Ambling up the Bowery, you may notice the multicolored summer sweater hugging a lightpole at the southwest corner of Rivington Street. It’s not, as you might imagine, the handiwork of Olek, who pretty much commands a monopoly on crocheted street art around the Lower East Side.
This image has been archived or removed.
The competition here hails from South Bend, Indiana. Seriously. It’s a grassroots program called the “Yarn Revolt,” which is “on a mission to spread as much yarn love as possible through yarn bombs, yarn graffiti, exhibitions/installations, and creative shenanigans.”
Oh, and Saturday (June 9) is apparently the second annual self-proclaimed “International Yarn Bombing Day.” Look out!