Yarn bombing is a movement that started in 2005 and developed as a craft form of street art. Similar to other forms of street art, it challenges the idea of who owns public space. Though unlike paint, the yarn is not permanent and does not damage the structure. It creates a bright, magical and often humorous scene for the adorned object. Yarn bombs have become very popular and are publicly accepted as temporary fiber art installations.,29307,2077071_2283023,00.html

Urban Yarnage
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