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Who’s Afraid?

Who’s Afraid is a ten-foot-tall, bronze sculpture by artist Paul Dibble. The likeness of a graceful dancer faces a giant New Zealand tuatara outside the Regent on Broadway. As of August 21, the young lady is now wearing leggins, haltar top, cap, and scarf.

The members of Woolly Riot were definitely not afraid to take credit for the creative yarn bombing. They admitted to two months of planning in order to dress the ballerina for the remainder of winter.  Click HERE to see a video of the installation.

Awesome work!  I always love a good pair of leg warmers…


5 responses »

  1. This just goes to show that an artwork is only finished until someone adds to it … I love the way everyone is smiling in the photo too! Yarnbombing seems to have that effect on people … =D

  2. Reblogged this on Crochet Crusader and commented:
    Wooowhoo! Dress up those sculptures! No offense to the sculptor.

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