Art

Organic Geometry: String Art

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Two string art installations from 2015 where organic and geometric forms interplay: A Major Minority at 1 AM street art gallery in San Francisco, CA and Surveillance at Claremont Art Studios in San Mateo, CA. Acrylic yarn and escutcheon pins. For more examples of our work, see our portfolio. To get in touch about a

Love Is Love String Art Mural at Twitter HQ

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#LoveIsLove String Art Mural at The Lodge at Twitter HQ in San Francisco, California Installed over 4 days in July 1017 and unveiled during SF Pride Over 6,200 nails on a 2 x 2 inch grid over 23 x 8 feet 17 colors of 100% Peruvian Highland Wool Custom design with a tessellated, overlapping pattern

Sting Art Mural at N3twork

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Custom string art mural reception wall activation Located at N3twork HQ in San Francisco, California 30 x 8 ft Acrylic yarn and escutcheon pins All design and installation work completed by Lorna and Jill Watt of Knits for Life.

Knitting the Commons: Chameleons

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Knitting the Commons: Colorful Chameleons We yarn bombed two more clusters of sycamores in Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco as sea otters and chameleons for the Trust for Public Lands to celebrate the grand opening of the twin Helen Diller Playgrounds. This brings the menagerie to five different animals and 13 trees in total, not including

Knitting the Commons: Sea Otters

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Knitting the Commons: Playful Otters We yarn bombed two more clusters of sycamores in Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco as sea otters and chameleons for the Trust for Public Lands to celebrate the grand opening of the twin Helen Diller Playgrounds. This brings the menagerie to five different animals and 13 trees in total, not including

Knitting the Commons: Octopuses

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(Update: parrots removed January 2018, octoupses removed July 2018.) Knitting the Commons is a temporary art project that aims to ‘knit’ together over 80 trees throughout the Civic Center Commons (the Commons) in San Francisco, California. The Commons is the new name for the three blocks between San Francisco City Hall and Market Street, including

Knitting the Commons: Parrots

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(Update: parrots removed January 2018, octoupses removed July 2018.) Knitting the Commons is a temporary art project that aims to ‘knit’ together over 80 trees throughout the Civic Center Commons (the Commons) in San Francisco, California. The Commons is the new name for the three blocks between San Francisco City Hall and Market Street, including

Knitting the Commons: Giraffes

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(Update: parrots removed January 2018, octoupses removed July 2018.) Knitting the Commons is a temporary art project that aims to ‘knit’ together over 80 trees throughout the Civic Center Commons (the Commons) in San Francisco, California. The Commons is the new name for the three blocks between San Francisco City Hall and Market Street, including

Merck + Mondo Guerra

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In collaboration with Cohn & Wolfe we produced, knit and installed Positivitrees, a yarn installation designed by Project Runway star Mondo Guerra for Merck’s Project IDesign at the 2016 U.S. Conference on AIDS in Miami, Florida. This project is an example of a full-service production on a rush schedule.  The design pushes the envelope on our technical