Installations

Knitting the Commons: Octopuses

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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 Civic Center Plaza and United Nations (UN) Plaza. Working

Knitting the Commons: Parrots

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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 Civic Center Plaza and United Nations (UN) Plaza. Working

Knitting the Commons: Giraffes

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  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 Civic Center Plaza and United Nations (UN) Plaza.

Knitting the Commons: Thread

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 Civic Center Plaza and United Nations (UN) Plaza. Working

Fisherman’s Wharf Ugly Christmas Sweater

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Custom knit “ugly Christmas sweater” yarn bomb commissioned by the Fisherman’s Wharf Community Benefit District in San Francisco to promote Merrytime at the Wharf: various holiday events and festive atmosphere as well as a “Share the Warmth” coat drive for the homeless population of San Francisco. The custom design using the district’s branding palette and holiday colors featured

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

Fisherman’s Wharf Holiday Tree Yarn Bombs

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Custom knit “ugly Christmas sweater” yarn bombs commissioned by the Fisherman’s Wharf Community Benefit District in San Francisco and sponsored by local businesses to promote Merrytime at the Wharf: various holiday events and festive atmosphere as well as a “Share the Warmth” coat drive for the homeless population of San Francisco. The custom design features each sponsor’s

GitHub Universe Benches

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Yarn bombed bench installation at GitHub Universe 2015 in San Francisco, California. Three custom knit benches created for event sponsors. Read the full story of this yarn bomb here. Stats: Acrylic yarn, teak wood. Per bench: 1 week to design and construct, 4 hours to install.

Oakland Coliseum BART Bridge

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String art installation and machine knit hashtags for Visit Oakland to celebrate the Raiders season opener. Design represents the new eastern span of of the Bay Bridge in the three local team colors.  Located on the pedestrian bridge between the Coliseum BART station and the Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA. Read the full story of this yarn

Old Navy Flags

Hand knit custom-fit jumbo flags to wrap four Old Navy flagship stores in rainbows and Americana for Pride and Fourth of July window displays. Read the full story and see more photos here. Stats: 350 x 6 feet of flag. Made of 20 miles of hand cut fabric yarn 2 months to design, construct, and install On view June