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  • Blog Eye on the street

    Rubble and Revelation

    Cyprien Gaillard’s project, called Rubble and Revelation, is now hosted in the military bakery of Caserma XXIV Maggio, in Milan. In this solo exhibition, promoted by Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Gaillard reflects on destruction and…

    November 23, 2012
  • Blog Knitting

    Dave Cole

    Dave Cole is an American sculptor specialised in building huge installations using handknit yarn. His work is focused on politics, patriotism, nostalgia, and masculinity. Mixing conceptual craft and assemblage, Cole’s works aim to send…

    October 15, 2012
  • Blog FTY Knitting

    Nicole Gastonguay

    Nicole Gastonguay is an artist, living and working in NYC. She is a graphic designer able to create these awesome objects made by knitting and crocheting. To learn more about her works and the…

    October 12, 2012
  • Blog Knitting

    Lana Crooks

    Lana Crooks in an artist and she loves the antique, the creepy, the cute and the mysterious. Her projects have been exhibited in lots of places such as Munky King, Rivet, Rotofugi, G1988 and…

    October 2, 2012
  • Blog Eye on the street

    Aurelie Mathigot

    I don’t know why, or probably it’s because I have the same manuality as a snake can have, but when I think about Aurelie Mathigot works if I would needI to describe them I…

    September 10, 2012
  • Blog Knitting


    Shauna Richardson calls her work ‘Crochetdermy’. Shauna uses crochet to sculpt realistic life-size animals, combining themes such as objects, collecting, craft and realism and experiments with accessibility and audience. With the Lionheart Project she…

    May 22, 2012
  • Blog Knitting

    Living in a Mochimochiland

    Can fiber and yarn become art? Anna Hrachocev thinks so. She’s an artist, a knitter and a crafter from Brooklyn, NY and she has become famous for being a fiber artist. Anna knits (and…

    May 8, 2012
  • Blog Eye on the street

    Art and Yarn Power

    Today I’m very pleased to introduce a ‘guest post’ written by Nicola Padovani, an Italian painter who lives and works in Milan.   Contemporary art is often such a mistery. Often, as spectators, we…

    April 20, 2012