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  • PhilaUAdmiss

    Dutch studio Demakersvan's lace chain-link fence, Design Center at Philadelphia University

  • Melanie Carlson

    Great way to dress up chain link ...Lace Fence is a high-end metal fabric from the Dutch design studio Demakersvan that combines the ancient craft of lace making with the industrial chain link fence.

  • Ashley Stuart

    Now here's an idea: yarnbombing. To make that ugly chain link fence a bit more attractive!

  • Amy Clutcher

    Beautiful idea for a chain link fence. Considered a yarn bomb.

  • claudie solvier

    The Dutch design firm Demakersvan created this lace chain-link fence in response to a challenge by the Design Center at Philadelphia University: to create a site-specific work inspired by a collection of historic Quaker lace, for an exhibition called Lace in Translation. Demakersvan totally transformed ugly industrial fencing by applying what looks to me to be tatting, the age-old technique of making intricate patterns of lace by hand, using a single thread. It’s such a simple and great idea ...

  • Tiana Hilden

    Neat idea to personalize a plain-jane chain link fence yarn fence garden

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