ISHKNITS YARN BOMBS THE PHILADELPHIA ART MUSEUM’S PERELMAN BUILDING
The “Philadelphia Yarn bomber” Jessie Hemmons gives the Perelman Building a crafty new look to celebrate this weekend’s opening of Craft Spoken Here. YARN BOMBS AWAY!
In-kind support for the yarnbombing project is provided by Lion Brand Yarn.
NEW ISHKNITS YARN BOMBING FOUND IN FISHTOWN
Philly’s own Ishknits (aka Jessie Hemmons) hit up Fishtown, spreading her rainbow of yarn over an old phone booth at the intersection of Front street and Girard avenue (under the Market-Frankford El).
We’ve got out chest stuck out with pride as we think back on our awesome collaboration with Jessie.
The ISHKNIT site is amazing so, Ch-Check it out here.
*photo by @damonabnormal
IT’S A WRAP!
In our final episode, the spotlight is on notorious Philadelphia Yarn Bomber, Jessie Hemmons. You might have seen her colorful bombs wrapped around trees in Rittenhouse or cozied up on bike racks around the city. Our host Lily delphia sits down with Jessie to chat about her inspiration for the project.
To see more of Jessie’s work hit up her website: www.ishknits.com
And remember, this Friday, November 12, join yours truly along with HAHA Magazine and all of our amazing artists at Paradigm Gallery to celebrate the completion of the Dutch Umbrella Project.
DJ PHSH will be spinning starting at 7 PM - which is when the beer starts flowing. The gallery is located at 2020 South Street and we will be pumping art and antics into the evening. Proceeds will benefit children’s art programming in Philadelphia. On behalf of HAHA Magazine, I thank you so much for all your support during the production of this project - we can’t wait to see your faces on Friday!
Click here for our Facebook invite!