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Bomb Warm The Suburbs!

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We're so happy that AKrylik and PolyCotN have tagged (wrapped? knitta-ed?) an unsuspecting antenna in Hollywood so that we could lay praise on the ladies and name check their website: knitta please (for which this LAist contributor would have a special affinity for, obvs). The crew of Houston artists are ladies armed with needles and yarn and a mission of beautying up the world with their public displays of cloth art.

We're madly in love with them and we haven't even seen their faces. Most of their pieces have shown up all around Texas but we're hoping they make their way back to Los Angeles. We need more next level graffiti in our lives.