Crocheted Monster Benches At San Francisco's Ferry Building

(Image Via Knithacker)

(Image Via Lorna Watt)

Yarnbombers add color and crocheted warmth to gray and sooty cityscapes, and their creations are the warmest and fuzziest works in the street art scene.

Yarn enthusiasts Jill and Lorna Watt brought a bit of monstrous fun to San Francisco’s Embarcadero by turning two benches outside the Ferry Building into colorful yarnbombed monsters.

These monster benches weren’t created solely for aesthetic value or to further yarnbombing as a valid art form- the yarn art installation was created for an upcoming episode of CCTV America’s Full Frame which will focus on these innovative yarn artists who also happen to be sisters.

-Via Laughing Squid

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Sometimes that happens, Erik, but most of the time the public is a surprisingly good steward of our work. Our Squid Tree in San Mateo went 7 months without a scratch, which we're patching up, and the benches are still like new 10 days later, even thought they've seen a LOT of love.
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