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Street Artist and installation artist Hot Tea's  “Asylum”  in plain view of Manhattan and Queens.

Street Artist and installation artist Hot Tea's “Asylum” in plain view of Manhattan and Queens.

Copied from HOT TEA' s Instragram account.  Can't believe that this is yarn art!!!

Copied from HOT TEA' s Instragram account. Can't believe that this is yarn art!!!

Arboles en la bahía de Rotterdam 20 bomen dobberen op hergebruikte Noordzeeboeien in de Rotterdamse Rijnhaven

Arboles en la bahía de Rotterdam 20 bomen dobberen op hergebruikte Noordzeeboeien in de Rotterdamse Rijnhaven

Stehpen Orlando illustriert physische Bewegungen auf dem Wasser | The Creators Project

Stehpen Orlando illustriert physische Bewegungen auf dem Wasser | The Creators Project

Plexus A1 by Gabriel Dawe, 2015. Dawe’s architecturally scaled weavings are often mistaken for fleeting rays of light. It is an appropriate trick of the eye, as the artist was inspired to use thread in this fashion by memories of the skies above Mexico City and East Texas, his childhood and current homes, respectively. The material and vivid colors also recall the embroideries everywhere in production during Dawe’s upbringing.

Plexus A1 by Gabriel Dawe, 2015. Dawe’s architecturally scaled weavings are often mistaken for fleeting rays of light. It is an appropriate trick of the eye, as the artist was inspired to use thread in this fashion by memories of the skies above Mexico City and East Texas, his childhood and current homes, respectively. The material and vivid colors also recall the embroideries everywhere in production during Dawe’s upbringing.

Acid Free / Jen Stark / Mural on the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale / 2011

Acid Free / Jen Stark / Mural on the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale / 2011

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