I’m sure you heard that the Simpsons came to Canada-and did you hear that they managed to offend all the Newfoundlanders when they did? I had just finished crocheting Homer when the episode dropped and was a bit concerned about the reception he would receive...but that couldn’t stop me from letting him hit the streets … Continue reading Homer comes to Newfoundland
Newfoundland is on everyone's bucket list. The truth is, you simply can't see images of Gros Morne or the architecture of Fogo, or hear the buzz around Come From Away and not want to see this incredible island for yourself. This very well could be Newfoundland...Newfoundland is absolutely masssssssive though so you won't be able … Continue reading Top 5 Newfoundland loves…via Street Art
Nespoon is an amazing artist who makes street and gallery art with pottery, paint and sculpture. It’s unlike anything you’ve seen before and she tells us all about it!
I declare this to be the official list of the best street art on the entire island! Twillingate Island that is! Where I am not super familiar with any other street art-hot spots in Newfoundland I am even willing to to suggest that Twillingate is also the provincial capital of street art! Bold, arent I? You … Continue reading Street Art of Twillingate
I'm pretty darn excited about the growing list of bad ass artists that keep agreeing to be interviewed! If you scroll back through the archives you'll find interviews with Yarn Vandalette in Germany, Montana Banksy in the USA, and Yarnomaniac in Denmark. They all have a passion for sharing their art with the world and … Continue reading Interview with Threadwinners
I've been having a wonderful time scouring the internet for rad guerrilla artists and have had the good fortune to interview a few lately. Yarn Vandalette from Germany and Montana Banksy from the States were kind enough to share their back stories, inspirations and plans for the future and now Yarnomaniac is joining the gang! … Continue reading Interview with Yarnomaniac