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(Pics) Public Toilet Gets Covered by Guerrilla Knitter

(Pics) Public Toilet Gets Covered by Guerrilla Knitter
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Claudia Cukrov
  • 12 august 2009

(Pics) Public Toilet Gets Covered by Guerrilla Knitter

(Pics) Public Toilet Gets Covered by Guerrilla Knitter

Last year PSFK wrote about Knitta Please – the worldwide guerrilla knitting collective who wrap and detail urban-based objects in bright yarns.  Sydney-based suburb of Darlinghurst recently received some of their own knitted magic from the hands of Newtown knitter Denise Litchfield.  Wrapping Sydney’s oldest functional underground “heritage toilet” in Taylor Square, Litchfield started planning the project back in May 2009.  Read more about it at The Knitted Convenience.

[via Darlinghurst Nights]

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