It’s a fact that googly eyes make everything better. So, when those things are crocheted versions of the real objects? Infinitely cooler. Nicole Gastonguay is graphic designer and fiber artist who replicates everyday things using yarn. Polaroids, pickles, and even boom boxes are impressively produced in a happy and engaging way thanks to their large eyes and sweet smile (or even frown).
Gastonguay’s subject matter and the color choice in yarn make her work feel vintage, as if you’d find it in an antique mall. It has an air of nostalgia about it.
(Via Art is a Way)