New York-based needlework artist, Olek seems determined to champion the medium of crochet as high art. In what would have to be her magnum opus, she may have single-handedly put a dent in the world's supply of yarn when she draped this entire apartment in crochet. -- Literally. The artist claims the project took "years."
The photos are part of an exhibit for New York's Christopher Henry Gallery called (and I kid you not,) Knitting is for Pus***s. Oh, and by the way, if you happen to be looking for a place, then the genuine article can all be yours for the economically sound, non-insane price of $90,000.
Check out some of the other pics below.
Ah, conceptual art. Is there anything else in the world that makes you feel smarter and smugger by using a grandiose presentation of crap to express an inherently subjective point that could easily be summarized in just a few words?