After last week’s roundup of subversive stitchers, it’s fitting to bring you Ulrika Erdes and her public embroidery. While she doesn’t set out to be subversive (or to change the world in any way other than to make you smile) her work is unique and presents a new opportunity for activist artists to use craft to stage public interventions.
Have images of your own public embroidery, patterns you’d like to share? Send them in! We promise to share with Ulrika.