Jeremy Cole is a visual artist who works in graphite, silverpoint and print. He also crochets amigurumi. He shares more about his inspiration, process and the benefits of crochet in this interview.
I have just discovered the short films of KONDO Yuichi on Vimeo. The two shown here are Japanese language films with English subtitles that tell charming stories with a crochet doll as a main character. These films combine human characters with amigurumi with the same ease that they combine stunning landscape shots with close-up detailed images. These films are beautiful, adorable, heart-touching and charming.
I love the work that Ernesto Neto does creating large scale installations in crochet. When I saw that Knithacker had posted about a recent visit to a kid-friendly exhibit of his at Tonya Bonakdar Gallery, I realized I hadn’t checked into what he’s been up to in awhile.
I received a recommendation on Instagram from a friend to check out an account called CrochetAlbumArt, and I immediately fell in love and wanted to pass it along!
Jane Balke-Andersen known to many online as Queen Babs is a beautiful, inspiring yarnbombing artist who brightens the world with her colorful crochet and encouraging messages. Awhile back she created a crochet flower pattern called The Courage Flower for a long term crochet art project by Sabina Speich. She has now launched her own yarnbombing project for this same flower pattern.
Ceci 15 vidéo minutes montre un groupe de crochet yarnbombers (et faire un peu de tricot).
I just really love this crochet video for its soothing, meditative nature. It is relaxing to watch this yarn in action. Take a few moments out of your day to be still and enjoy: