Last week I mentioned how art, science and math had come together with crochet in a crocheted clouds exhibit at a Paris gallery. I’ve just recently discovered a video showing some of this work and I think it does the crochet better justice than the pictured I’d see so I thought I’d share it. Note that the “talking part” is in French but even if you don’t understand it (which I don’t) you can enjoy the eye candy of this crochet crochet.

What would you think about seeing this exhibit in person?

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  1. SpringSplndr (Andrea) Reply

    Thanks for posting that link. That exhibit is so beautiful. Reminds me of hyperbolic crochet.

    • Yes! I think hyperbolic crochet is the most well-known math-based crochet but people are doing lots of cool stuff with math and crochet.

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