Sep 09

The Family of Man gets Yarn Bombed

by Sophy Kors · 5 comments

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The best thing about working downtown is the variety of things that can happen on any given day. Today, I got a message that the Family of Man statues at the former Calgary Board of Education building had been yarn bombed. One of them was now wearing a burkah!

If you haven’t visited the statues in awhile go and check them out (who knows how long it will be there? – the yarn, not the statues).

What do you think of yarn bombing? Have you seen any others around Calgary?

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