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    Magda Sayeg #yarnbombing #knitting #caravan /

  • Leslie Carey

    Magdasayeg's Portfolio - Work

  • Eun-tack Lee

    Yarn bombing, there’s just no stopping it! This expressive and crafty form of street art is literally covering the nation. Yarn-bombing artists everywhere work to wrap mundane objects like street signs, buses, stairs, and poles with colorful patterns and knitted stripes that brighten up the world. Magda Sayeg, known as the “mother of yarn bombing,” founded Knitta Please in 2005 and now works fulltime to bring life to this skillful artform. Ironically, she admittedly rarely knits. She said that her main motivation is, “To encourage others to create and participate. I love it when another artist's work inspires me to rethink my surroundings, my job, my life.” She now works on commissioned installations and exhibits, and collaborates with corporations on larger projects, including the AC ductwork of the headquarters and an upcoming installation at the Williamsburg Bridge in NYC. Magda Sayeg’s website via [2photo]

  • Heidi Etter

    Here is what I can do with an old camper!

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what a great idea. Gut a old trailer and turn it into your sewing, craft room, a play house, a place to have tea parties....use a blow up bed for camping or company!,,,oooohhhh yeah!

Can't post just the kitchen, but the kitchen in this place is perfect: compact, clean, and complete. Mmm, and white w/dark floors is beauteous.

I literally have my mouth wide open in awe of these and how ADORABLE they are!! Wow! Who would have ever thunk fixing up a retro trailer?

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I'm not so into this "caravan" thing, but I'd love to stay there !

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This is my ultimate favourite... Colourful without too much frill and fuss

Hmm.. that would be a cheap and practical rug for outside the camper.. and I love the planters/ table :)