Dokument Press, out of Sweden, just released this book by Benke Carlsson and Hop Louie. It covers a huge array of street artists: Urban tape sculpturist Mark Jenkins, NYC’s Swoon, the UK artist Slinkachu who graffitis snails’ shells, Brazilian stencilist Alexandre Orion, our very own Knitta Please and more.
SKY.it posted a video with a sneak peak of Il Lusso Essenziale, the Roman festival I tagged this month. And yes – that’s right. My first gallery installation. The video is all in Italian, but the article is handily translated by google here. Thanks Rome, for being good to me. More recap and pictures coming soon.
I knew very little about PechaKucha until the nice folks at Dyal and Partners approached me about speaking. I’m like “sure, why not?” and then they told me the fun little game I get to play of having 20 seconds per slide to talk… and you see, I love to talk, so this was a big problem. I managed to get through with very little rambling. I am really REALLY glad I had those 2 beers before I went […]
I really love how the iPhone covers turned out over at Uncommon, and it feels great to hear it from the experts at New York Times “T” Magazine. Thanks to Leanne Shapton and my favorite designer in the whole wide world, RACHEL COMEY. “Even iPhones get cold. If you, like me, suffer from acute anthropomorphism, you need to know about about Magda Sayeg. Her blog, Knitta Please, details her latest projects, which include knitting covers for unused signposts in Texas, a Freddy Kruger […]
Stuff Happening Now published an article featuring Magda! Thanks Chris! Click here to view article. The Slatest Edition published an article on textile graffiti artists, featuring KnittaPlease! Check it out at The Slatest Edition online.