How to Cover a Gas Station with a Blanket

Artist Jennifer Marsh wrapped an abandoned gas station in blanket fabric!
Jennifer was sick of paying high gas prices and bothered by the abandoned gas station that was an eyesore on the drive to her studio each day, so she decided to do something about it. With the help of professional and amateur artists from 15 countries and more than 2,500 grade-school students in 29 states, Marsh covered the 50-year-old former Citgo station — pumps, light stands, signs and all — with more than 3,000 fiber panels that are crocheted, knitted, quilted or stitched together.

Link -Thanks, Marlow Harris!

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While sort of neat, I can't help but think about all the blankets that could have been made for hospital charities and such with all those man-hours. I guess "art" is more important than keeping people warm.
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