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 shop had been yarnbombed!
Yarnbombing a bridge is no easy task, and while it wasn’t as intense as the Andy Warhol Knit The Bridge installation, it still took a lot of effort!
The installation really speaks for itself, so I’ll let you eat up the beautiful bridge bits on your own without any more hubbub from me!
What’s your favorite part?
Check out the yarnbomb tag for more fiber installations. And if that’s not enough for you, follow my “Street Art” board on Pinterest!
Ahhh it’s so cute! The bee is my favorite. Seeing a yarn bomb in person is still on my bucket list, what am I doing? I can’t even say I’ve seen my own–but this is quite inspiring and I think I know what I’m gonna do all day tomorrow. 😉
Oh my gosh, please do a yarnbomb!!
Aww, thanks for the link love, Mary! The Brookland Bombshells are the ladies who installed the yarnbomb on the bridge. 🙂
You’re very welcome. And okay awesome! Good to know!