Cross-Stitch Street Art In Spain by Raquel Rodrigo
Yesterday we brought you Christo Guelov, a Bulgarian artist who’s transforming the streets of Madrid with his playful crosswalk designs. Now we’d like to introduce you to Raquel Rodrigo, a Spanish artist and set designer who is also adding her own colorful touch to Spain’s streets by turning them into beautiful floral cross-stitch installations.
The Valencia-born artist makes her pieces by wrapping thick rolls of string around wire mesh. She prepares them in advance and then unrolls them at her chosen location to bring a dash of color and creativity to the surrounding area. As cross-stitch patterns are generally found on things inside the home, her public installations create an eye-catching contrast to the urban landscapes in which they exist.
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