Knit the Bridge
The Knit the Bridge Project is now living on at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society.
Community groups are holding a public art party to celebrate the covering of Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Bridge in colorful yarn.
If you’ve seen the Warhol Bridge since volunteers “Knit the Bridge,” you know how much work went into covering it.
One of the largest beautification projects of its kind is underway in Pittsburgh this weekend.
The Andy Warhol Bridge will soon be enfolded in fabric. Artists at the Spinning Plate Gallery are getting ready for a weekend of yarn bombing.
The Andy Warhol bridge is about to be “yarn-bombed.”
The group behind Knit the Bridge hopes to “literally and figuratively weave the region together,” by yarn-bombing one of the three sisters bridges in the summer/fall of 2013.