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  1. I love this!!! How creative. All of the different colors are so pretty!

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    4.21.11
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  2. Kristen wrote:

    This is so cool! I’m going to be in Paris next week, so I’m definitely keeping my eyes peeled for this!

    4.21.11
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  3. Stunning. Love works of art that you just come across on the street. Makes art accessible to the general public. Your posts always make me miss my art history classes so much! They get me thinking so thanks for that!

    Fashionable Collections

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  4. So much better than graffiti, more creative these days too! Did you ever hear of the rogue knitter in Jersey? Check it out!

    http://calypsoletters.tumblr.com/

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  5. Monique wrote:

    This is awesome! I love finding random art like this.

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  6. Nomadic D wrote:

    Love this. Nothing like gratuitous beautification of the streets. So happy-making!

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  7. Melissa wrote:
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  8. Jessie wrote:

    i’ve never seen something like this before? where is it? so interesting and different.
    xx, http://wordbyjessie.com

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  9. Carrie wrote:

    If all the potholes in LA looked like this, I think I could actually start to like potholes.

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  10. Unbelievably beautiful.. can they please seal it – so it stays like that forever.. we could really use some of those in NYC!

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  11. Molly wrote:

    I love stuff like this 🙂 Thanks for sharing it, More artists need to take to the streets in creative ways like this, everyone would be so much happier. Maybe I’ll dedicate my summer to making my city more colourful ! xo

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  12. Love it…. street art is the best.. stuff that’s just out there and you just walk by and it and enjoy it without having be in a gallery or some space. great post… they should go to LA or Beijing to do this 🙂

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  13. Rae wrote:

    thats awesome! she missed sum spots there tho lol

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  14. gala wrote:

    soo childish and fun. i love it!

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  15. Hannah wrote:

    seriously, this is too cool! i wish someone would do a diff version in NY.. maybe in the subway or something.. god only knows that needs a little sprucing up!

    http://heytherekid.blogspot.com

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  16. Crystal wrote:

    I love street art like this so much – it just makes the world that little bit more beautiful and colourful. Knitted covers for lamp posts and trees etc have been popping up everywhere in Sydney.

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  17. Meghan wrote:

    I love this!!

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  18. yv wrote:

    my goodness ive never seen something like this!

    4.22.11
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  19. Julian wrote:

    These are great!

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  20. anne wrote:

    this is so funny!!! and very creative

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  21. Lucía wrote:

    This is definitely the coolest thing ever. The colors are beautiful.

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  22. january wrote:

    these are amazing!! where do you find all this genius stuff!?

    january, x
    jessicajanuary.com

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  23. chelsea wrote:

    That is really awesome and so creative! Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Meanz wrote:

    I love this so much.

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  25. cuteredbow wrote:

    Really inspiring blog ! Love this post !

    http://cuteredbow.blogspot.com

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  26. Lara wrote:

    Here’s another artists’ group fixing potholes!

    http://www.fixpothole.org/fixpothole/Welcome.html

    4.23.11
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  27. there is something about finding completely spontaneous, gratuitous art like this that makes you feel that all is all right with the world. imagine stumbling upon this on a grey day. love this and thanks for sharing.

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  28. Katie wrote:

    Ooooh what a lovely idea!
    Reminds me of an article my sister sent me about an artist in London who decorates snail’s shells and lets them carry on crawling the streets as ‘street art’!

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  29. Flo wrote:

    Great idea! Love it! You may like our blog too, so check it out if you want! Best

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  30. Jasmine wrote:

    love this! reminds me of yarn bombing.. so fun and beautiful!

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  31. Kolbey wrote:

    who sees a hole in the street and says to themselves… i think ill fill that wiht yarn lol soo cool

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  32. Nan wrote:

    I’m really impressed. I want to know the time of day that they put the braids in the pot holes. What happened to the traffic. My luck, I’d try that and get run over by a vehicle.

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  33. WBT wrote:

    Does the yarn get dislodged (as even pavement did, to cause the pothole!) and wrap around axles/wheels of passing cars? This looks nice, but I would NOT at all like to be pulling it out from an axle/wheel/other moving parts where it got caught & perhaps caused something to seize up/maybe cause an accident.

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