Fiber Artist Turns Abandoned Furniture into Public Art Installations

During the Summer of 2013, Milwaukee-based fiber artist Molly Evans set out on a mission to sew song lyrics onto castoff furniture transforming neighborhood eyesores into quirky public art installations. The project cleverly titled "Lionel Stitchie" was born out of a love for the breakups with our furniture to a soundtrack provided by the master love song balladeer himself, Lionel Richie. Molly describes her studio as, "specializ(ing) in modern quilting, costume design, installation art, and unusual, temporary public art designed to make folks stop and appreciate the good thing they have going."

 Find out more about the project here.

via [Lustik] via [The Constant Gatherer]