Artist Spins a Yarn With Parisian Street Art

July 28, 2013 by


Move over perpetrators of urban graffiti, yarn and Lego bombing, and even the pothole gardener!  

Artist Juliana Santacruz Herrera wove a tale in the streets of Paris to call attention to the city’s many potholes in need of repair.




Herrera staged a graphic intervention, placing coiled braided strips of brightly hued fabrics and yarn into the pavement’s cracks and holes. Providing contrast to the steel gray urban concrete, she’s placed eye candy in the form of colorful street art to make a chromatic statement that calls attention to the disrepair.




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