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Stained Glass Windows, Church Windows, Street Art Utopia, Graffiti, Cities Of Angels, Los Angels, Banksy, Stained Glasses, Streetart
Stain glass window project. What if we used this as inspiration for doing a whole school tag on acetate and hang it in the windows of the main lobby? Banksy's 23-foot high Stained Window piece is a collaboration with the City of Angels public school in Los Angeles. Students were encouraged to write tags on panels erected in their schoolyard before Banksy adapted them.
New by Banksy: “This is totally amazing… Banksy pushes the truth and symbolic envelope to its apogee yet again…” (via STREET ART UTOPIA) Tumblr
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Stained Glass Window Graffiti by Banksy was shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, in 2011. At the bottom is an artist in hooded jacket, paint bucket and brush in front of him, praying. Next to him in the work he just finished, are hundreds of brightly painted overlaid tags framed as in a church window.
Buses, Yarn Bombing, Mexico Cities, Graffiti, Crochet, Art, Yarnbombing, Yarns Bombs, Knits
Mexico City, November 2008: Austin, Texas–based artist Magda Sayeg—founder of Knitta Please, one of the first U.S.-based yarn bombing groups—and a small team of helpers spent five days covering this abandoned bus Read more: Knitting and Crochet Patterns in Art: Extreme Knitting, Banksy Tribute at WomansDay.com - Woman's Day Knitting and Crochet Patterns in Art: Extreme Knitting, Banksy Tribute at WomansDay.com - Woman's Day
Diseño moda urbana 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.
YARN BOMBING - Yarn bombing (or yarnbombing, yarnstorming, guerrilla knitting, urban knitting or graffiti knitting) is a type of graffiti or street art that employs colorful displays of knitted or crocheted yarn or fiber on different displays, such as hydrants, lampposts, mailboxes, bicycles, cars, trees or any other ordinary urban objects.