Abandoned in London

Photographs of things lost, tossed, left, littered or otherwise abandoned in London. Also featuring articles, videos and other meditations on the urban condition from around the world.

This blog is curated by Doreen Joy Barber.
Yarn bombing is something I experienced a bit when living in London, having spotted a couple of interesting little knit tags around the Strand. It’s always interested me to see examples of it elsewhere.
This one is from Philadelphia, where Ishknits, a yarn bomber, installed three pieces on three different trains. Read the whole article here.
I don’t know about you, but I’d be well excited to see someone do this for some seats on some London double deckers. I’ll have to get better at knitting so I can make some colourful seat-cosies or perhaps bunting, much like what Knitterbird had done to the London Stone.

Yarn bombing is something I experienced a bit when living in London, having spotted a couple of interesting little knit tags around the Strand. It’s always interested me to see examples of it elsewhere.

This one is from Philadelphia, where Ishknits, a yarn bomber, installed three pieces on three different trains. Read the whole article here.

I don’t know about you, but I’d be well excited to see someone do this for some seats on some London double deckers. I’ll have to get better at knitting so I can make some colourful seat-cosies or perhaps bunting, much like what Knitterbird had done to the London Stone.

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