Giant Freakshow Worm

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    Greetings from Mochimochi by Anna Hrachovec. It is installation art made almost entirely out of yarn at the Gallery Hanahou.

    editrrix, simplydainty, kissabug, and 37 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Cassi J 70 months ago | reply

      how cute! I bet your niece would love this!

    2. agent j loves nyc 70 months ago | reply

      Well, I have two now so I think they will both like it :)

    3. kissabug 64 months ago | reply

      Very cute! This is getting a lot of love on Tumblr, thought you might like to know:

    4. agent j loves nyc 64 months ago | reply

      Thanks kissabug! I have noticed since I posted the photos from that day that they have been getting a lot of love courtesy of my pro account stats page here on flickr, but it also helps to have a tumblr insider. I can't take the credit anyway--Anna Hrachovec rules! Thanks again! :)

    5. zcopley 64 months ago | reply

      Need to see this in action. Pls post a vid.

    6. leslieavila 64 months ago | reply

      Love this! Definitely made with love!

    7. Banana-Tron 64 months ago | reply

      how cuuuute! I am so jealous of knitters.

    8. BuggedOutNYC 64 months ago | reply

      i <3 this sooo much :)

    9. Quilted Cupcake 64 months ago | reply

      Does the train run?

    10. agent j loves nyc 64 months ago | reply

      Zach Copley Quilted Cupcake Sorry I am not a videographer so I don't have a video of the freakshow worm train on the move. The work has already been disassembled. I hope you can be consoled with this photo of it moving:
      Railrunner Most kids really enjoyed seeing it move around the track a few times, then stop for about five minutes, then move again. On a separate note, thank you to the tumblr community for giving this photo the highest views so far on my flickr account 3,500 plus in a single day! Love you guys! And Anna Hravochec seriously RULES!

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