Poetry Bombing: Secretly Sewing Verses In Clothing Becomes Literary Graffiti

Poetry Bombing: Secretly Sewing Verses In Clothing Becomes Literary Graffiti
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An artist gives clothing at local thrift shops a literary update during a monthlong poetry festival in Miami.

Kyana Gordon
  • 28 june 2011

Forget spray paint, there’s another kind of bombing which just involves yarn and poetry. For her contribution to the O Miami poetry festival in April, artist Agustina Woodgate secretly sewed poems into garments at a local thrift store in Miami.

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