The Houston, Texas based group Knitta Please is spreading the knit word with their own style of guerilla knitting. From the site, “Knitta began in August 2005, when AKrylik and PolyCotN were discussing their frustration over unfinished knitting projects: half-knitted sweaters and balls of yarn gathering dust. That afternoon, they knit their first doorknob cozy. Then it dawned on them… A tag crew of knitters, bombing the inner city with vibrant, stitched works of art, wrapped around everything from beer bottles on easy nights to public monuments and utility poles on more ambitious outings.” Pictured here is a knit antenna on a graffiti car in Alburquerque, New Mexico and a bridge lamp in the Montrose neighborhood of Houston, Texas. Link.
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That would actually be Houston, Texas in the Montrose neighborhood. That’s the series of bridges that runs over I-59 through the area.
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