Sul filo dell’arte is a group of passionate women in Italy who come together to collaborate on urban knit and crochet street art and large scale installations.

For their latest project, they have recreated several aspects of Picasso’s famous Guernica mural. Painted for the 1937 World’s Fair, Guernica was a protest of the bombings of its namesake, a small town in Northern Spain, during the Spanish Civil War.

Below you’ll find several photos and videos from this troupe’s spectacular homage.

More info: sulfilodellarte.org

The Bull from Picasso’s “Guernica” recreacted in yarn by Sul filo dell’arte

Mother and Dead Infant from Picasso’s “Guernica” recreacted in yarn by Sul filo dell’arte

The Dying Horse from Picasso’s “Guernica” recreacted in yarn by Sul filo dell’arte

The Dying Soldier from Picasso’s “Guernica” recreacted in yarn by Sul filo dell’arte

The Bull from Picasso’s “Guernica” recreacted in yarn by Sul filo dell’arte

The Flower and Light Bulb from Picasso’s “Guernica” recreacted in yarn by Sul filo dell’arte

The Dying Horse from Picasso’s “Guernica” recreacted in yarn by Sul filo dell’arte