Have you ever seen knit graffiti?
Knit graffiti is becoming very popular in Stockholm, Sweden.
Kids are taking a whole new approach to tagging as they hit the streets with a ball of yarn and their knitting needles.
The knit graffiti artists are hitting up urban cities with vivid colors that are not out of a spray can, but out of their grandmother’s yarn basket.
They knit around everything from auto antennas, trees, utility poles, public statues to beer bottles and even leave their calling cards.
I wonder what the fine would be for having to pay city employers to cut a sweater off a public tree?