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There are now yarn-bombing artists all over the world.
Klubek's yarn-bombing adornments of presidential statues in Rapid City, South Dakota, and on state "Welcome To _!" signs along the Interstate highway system are considered elevated examples of the art form.
One popular yarn-bombing target in Portland is a statue of former Mayor Vera Katz on the promenade beside the Willamette River.
Olek, the crocheting artist who uses colorful string as graffiti, shares her thoughts on yarn-bombing with a Park Slope documentarian.
Graffiti knitting doesn't ever really feel organized, even in cities where it's all around you,'' said Karen McClellan, who lives in Boston but is the administrative assistant for Knitta Please in Texas, which has been credited with starting the yarn-bombing movement in 2005.
Returning for a moment to the idea of yarn-bombing - while returning from the mechanic's on Monday, I drove along East Cesar Chavez Street.