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NeSpoon adorns urban spaces with oversized doily art

NeSpoon's creations have recently embellished various walls, streets and public parks around Poland, New Zealand and France. Aesthetically, they draw inspiration from traditional embroidery, yet the different creations are made using ceramic, rope or a stencil, and a spray can. The 'urban jewelry' can be imprinted on the wall, can take shape as an aerial sculpture or as a doily detail on a wall.
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