#Glasgow2014 #craftbomb INSTALLED

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Mount Florida is looking vibrant and colourful and it’s all thanks to over 280 children and adults who have contributed to the project over the last 3 months. We have had an amazing and inspiring 2 days installing. Lots of lovely feedback, including a lady from Vanuatu, now living in Glasgow, who found a photo on Facebook and googled Mount Florida to find it before she came to visit it. She managed to meet Sarah who made the work! Here’s the photo

The other unexpected lovely enjoyment about the installation was seeing people linger in Letherby Triangle and use it. Spending some time in there has given us ideas for the future and it was great to see people hanging out there. The sun helped with installation and made it a brilliant couple of days and really enjoyed chatting to people who stopped by to thank us for the project and comment on the work. There are loads of photos on flickr so pop over to our page there to see them.

If you would like to know more about the project, scroll down through the previous blog posts, or visit the project page or down load the press release here SCATTERCRAFT PRESS RELEASE JULY 2014

We hope you enjoy seeing the craftbomb as much as we have had making it!

WELCOME TO MOUNT FLORIDA – a great place to live in Glasgow

 

 

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3 thoughts on “#Glasgow2014 #craftbomb INSTALLED

  1. Craig Smith says:

    Really enjoying the yarn bombing in Mount Florida! You have made the area look fantastic for the games visitors and residents alike. How about some leg warmers for the police horses?

    • Thanks you – really appreciate the feedback. re: the horses – was thinking that on the way home past them all… not sure I’d like to be the one putting them on though!

  2. […] pieces. The group are called Scattercraft and have teamed up with a local primary school – Mount Florida Primary to help make the yarn bombing. Pop on over to their blog and find even more photos from setting up […]

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