beschizza — 2013-08-24T11:34:01-04:00 — #1
kreiri — 2013-08-24T12:58:16-04:00 — #2
Can one say "hand-knit" about crocheted blankets?
mindysan33 — 2013-08-24T14:14:16-04:00 — #3
To be fair, in some of the close ups of the works going up on the bridge, some looked knit and some looked crocheted.
mr_smooth — 2013-08-24T14:25:22-04:00 — #4
No griping! Crochet, knit, whatever. They pulled off an audacious project!
glitch — 2013-08-24T14:35:35-04:00 — #5
One assumes they had permission? Bridges are one of those pieces of infrastructure that garner a lot of concern when people muck with them otherwise.
dragonfrog — 2013-08-24T14:38:26-04:00 — #6
No, the city shut down traffic on the bridge and lent them a cherry picker because Pittsburgh city council are a bunch of anarcho-nihilists.
dragonfrog — 2013-08-24T14:39:33-04:00 — #7
Not sure if "pretty" is the word I'd use for that style of beauty, but it is very very cool.
markdow — 2013-08-24T18:22:45-04:00 — #8
This trio of elegant bridges, as early (1926) and successful examples of self-anchored suspension bridges, are pretty no matter how they might be decorated. The new eastern Bay Bridge span is a modern instance, pretty and impressive in its own ways.
boscohearnjr — 2013-08-24T22:55:27-04:00 — #9
Pretty, yes, but the yarn made its butt look big.
agies — 2013-08-24T22:55:53-04:00 — #10
I took a picture from a different angle about a week ago
yinzer — 2013-08-25T02:01:12-04:00 — #11
The best part is that the panels will be taken down after the exhibit, laundered, and distributed to shelters and to the homeless. Now that's beautiful.
yanone — 2013-08-26T01:19:15-04:00 — #12
It is very pretty, especially given the extraordinarily ugly buildings behind it.
schaden — 2013-08-26T04:06:27-04:00 — #13
beschizza — 2013-08-29T11:34:05-04:00 — #14
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