yarnbombing

Random Acts Of Kindness

Random acts of kindness are extremely important to me. You really never know when you could be the restoration in someone’s faith in humanity. I try to do as many as possible. I make a point to not put my name on everything I leave out, or even take pictures of all my projects, just so […]

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365 Days Of Guerrilla Art

In 2011, I signed up for a 365 Days Of Mail Art project, and it kind of changed my life. First of all, even though I had been sending snail mail for years, I barely had any prior experience with mail art, and it forced me to learn as I went. It was also incredibly […]

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Halloween Street Art

Halloween is a good opportunity for some themed street art! I started with a simple orange and (poofy) black yarnbomb that I installed on a speed limit sign. It was the closest I’d ever been to getting stopped by a cop while doing an installation (he slowed the car down next to me, thought about […]

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Brookland Bridge Yarnbomb

I really enjoy going to visit my friends Melissa and Lisa at their store, Analog, in DC. It’s a cute little neighborhood, right off a Metro station with a blossoming art scene. The last time I visited their gorgeous vintage clothes and handmade stationery I got the pleasure of seeing that the bridge right by their […]

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