That really is beautiful!
This is so wonderful! What a great way to turn a flaw into something beautiful.
How special and brilliant! They would make me smile every time I pass them by:)
This is so fun! Only in Paris!xxMelaniewww.LuxuryMonograms.com
This is such a great idea of making something broken and making it beautiful! I might have to start this in our pot hole haven in Iowa.XO Hilary Nicolehttp://thehippinista.blogspot.com/
What a sweet idea!
What a sweet idea! I wonder if Juliana is available to come patch up our street. It is like the Grand Canyon of potholes. Drives me bananas!
that's beautiful! someone should do the same for the rough roads here in montréal
I saw this over on honestly wtf too, and I just love it! The colors are so happy-making! What a wonderful way to randomly bring beauty into every day life.http://nomadic-d.blogspot.com/
I love these! Me and my mom are going to participate in covering parts of Salt Lake city in yarn for the Art's festival this summer. My mom says she can now add graffiti artist to her resume at 50 :)
i'm sure this kind of originality is evident all over the world but part of me still wants to say "only in paris!"
Beautiful! I am sure all the many cyclists in the city love her.
How creative! MENNEPEN
What a neat idea! Those would be so lovely to admire while on a walk. Thanks for sharing!-Forever Lovelyhttp://foreverlovelydesign.blogspot.com/
This is so great, I'd love to see someone do this in NY. xowww.nydontleaveme.com
LOVE THIS!! I wish she would come to Houston, we have plenty of potholes to cover :)
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what a neat idea, hes making the streets so colorful!<3 steffySteffys Pros and Cons
This is so very beautifully Parisian! Love!
What a way to create a spring in ones' step!! I wonder about the permission for this; people can be funny about things like that...I hope that they remain as they are as it's a really sweet (original) idea!Francesca editorial.faconner.co.uk
wah! LOVE IT! & the pothole gardens! brilliant!
we need to start something similar here in Iowa!!
love the pothole gardens too!
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I love street art like this! So pretty :D
I can't begin to explain how much I love this!
That's awesome! I wonder though, how long does it last? I mean does anyone take the yarn home off the street? Or are they better behaved in France than the U.S.?
How beautiful is that! People are amazing.
what an amazing way of turning something ugly to something beautiful. LERF.helen :}the daily nook!
Love it...the French version of Knitta Please!
Those are awesome!
Hahaha I don't really like it, I'm not gonna lie. Why can't she fill it with something cuter and more weather resilient!?www.philosophicalmuse.com
Hm, I think it's kind of pointless really... the aim seems to be to get a nice photo so we can all say 'aww, how clever!' It'll be filthy in about 5 minutes, between cyclists and pedestrians and/or their dogs...
How gorgeous! I'd love to walk down that street!
awww very cool! I love the pot holes filled with flowers! (forget if I saw that story on your blog or where?)
we just got back from paris last night and went on a search for cool street art. bummed we didn't run into any of these - they're beautiful!
What a lovely way to turn destruction into something beautiful! He would have a field day here in Chicago! Thanks for sharing!http://rayinthewindycity.blogspot.com
Oh! It makes my heart leap... and totally reminds me of something that the artist from the ColorMeKatie blog would do (and I think she's a part of Improv Everywhere, too). Neat-O!
Cute idea! How come I´ve never seen them yet? Gotta look better where I put my feet :)xx Ivanahttp://styleinthecityen.blogspot.com
SO BEAUTIFUL!! Los Angeles needs lots of those!!! Then I'll be a fan of potholes!http://albeitdotdotdot.blogspot.com/
Unusual for sure! Love the colour composition! And they really pop out from the dark pavement!!!
i LOVE projects like this...while you're creating art...why don't you brighten up your city a bit. a girl on our college campus last winter knit a bunch of sweaters and hats for all of the creepy iron statues around campus (humans and animals) so there were squirrels in winter caps and sweaters and goats and all of that...made everyone brighten up for finals week.
This reminds me of the work German artist Jan Vormann who repairs cracks in walls with LEGO!Urban art rocks, it's clever and best of all accessible.http://www.janvormann.com/dispatchwork.php
So cute! Very fun.
haha! that is so random but I LOVE it!
i love this! thanks for posting.
this is just delightful!
how fun :)
Chicago could use some of these.
That is awesome I wonder how long that will last though...♥ NoemiFashion: Classy N GlamorousTravel: Across The Sea
wow that is such an interesting concept! xowww.studyingwithstilettos.blogspot.com
a piece of art....so colorful and great...
Clever! There remember reading a post about someone who did the same but with lego!
what a cool idea!
What a cool idea! I wonder how she does that - is it adhered to the ground or actually knitted/sewn to the cement?
This is such a fun idea. We wouldn't be upset if someone wondered around Manhattan patching up pot holes with colorful designs. In fact, we wouldn't mind if someone went around NYC patching up potholes period.
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I wish someone would come to Chicago and do this... I don't think there's enough yarn in the world ;) What a sweet little happy surprise!
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