PHOTOS: Bay Area Artist Yarn Bombs Bike Racks, BART Seats

Monday, November 26, 2012 - 05:11 PM

A yarn-enhanced BART seat

San Francisco public media station KQED interviewed artist Streetcolor, who yarn bombs structures in the Bay Area.

(image courtesy of Streetcolor)

According to the story, "Yarn bombing is an art form involving outdoor installations, covering existing urban objects with yarn, and adding color, coziness, and a handmade touch to urban landscapes."

(image courtesy of Streetcolor)

Read the interview here. And want to yarn bomb a bike rack in San Francisco? Check out dimensions here.


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