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Nicole Gastonguay Crochets Everyday Objects and Makes Them Totally Adorable

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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)

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2 Comments

  • Reply Na Kim June 10, 2014 at 10:40 am

    I used to work with Nicole at Blooms­bury, she is the best!

    Hi Sarah!

    • Reply Sara Barnes June 10, 2014 at 12:23 pm

      Hi Na!! Hope you’re doing well! Great illus­tra­tions, as always.

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