Adding contrast to the urban jungle – one stitch at a time

 We have said it before: Acts don’t have to be monumental in order to bring something positive to our city. A great example is the bridge near the Eye Museum. Every day, hundreds of commuters, visitors and other passers-by notice the pink knitted scarfs that decorate the grey metal construction. But not many of them will know the story behind the installation.  The knitwork was made by an anonymous collective from Amsterdam. It all started in 2010, when three friends started a knitting group in one of the bars around the Westergasfabriek. Inspired by street artists like Banksy, as well

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