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New Campfire Yarnbomb Installation Warms Up A Chilly Philly Fall

December 1, 2021

Philly street artist Nicole Nikolich (aka Lace in the Moon) has just installed her latest yarnbomb that’s warming Philadelphians spirits during what feels like an unusually frigid late fall! Installed this week on Pine Street at Broad Street, the artist’s campfire inspired artwork also has a fun secret for anyone who follows her on social media.

And that is: not only is the artwork absolutely perfect for this weather, but it’s also part of Nicole’s application to the legendary tv reality show, Survivor. The artist teased that fact on her Instagram: “Did I create an 8 foot yarn campfire as a supplement to my Survivor audition tape? Yes.”

Created for an audition tape or not, for me it’s really exciting to see Nicole throw herself into large-scale, pop art-ish yarnbombs like this and her recent egg installation. They’re really fun to see on the street, and there’s no one doing anything quite like it!

See past works of art from Nicole Nikolich around Philly here, and read our 2019 interview with the artist here!

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  1. February 12, 2022 12:26 pm

    That’s a gorgeous piece! Great work!

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