HOTTEA Rainbow Over Williamsburg

HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)

The Minneapolis-based street artist HOTTEA recently visited New York and put up numerous of his signature, letter-based, yarn pieces on fences throughout the city. But the highlight of this visit was without a doubt this rainbow-hued yarn installation, titled Rituals, strung above the pedestrian walkway of the Williamsburg Bridge. While the piece had already started fraying by the time I got to it, it’s impact was nevertheless very much intact: everyone I encountered on the walkway was entranced. I was impressed by how such a beautifully simple installation could transform the mundane into magic. Bravo!

HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
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HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)
HOTTEA (photo by Luna Park)

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Luna Park

graffiti + street art aficionada, photographer, documentarian, librarian, cat lady

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