Talk about a unique approach to public art! Magda Sayeg of “Knitta, Please” is the mother of yarn bombing. She travels around the world covering monuments, street signs, parking meters, trees, and moving objects in yarn- bringing art to the mundane and forgotten. What’s not to love about this incredibly beautiful and novel crochet work?Perhaps you’ve seen her work around San Francisco! Needles(s) to say, BIG FANS!
Our latest idea takes the cat craze and lands it on the moon. We have gathered images of photo transfers, vintage photographs + postcards, manipulated video stills, illustration, bright colors, and have come up with this concept for a tee shirt. Let us know what you think! We would love to get some feedback about the above images. Which cat on the moon are you swooning over?
We are big fans of the environment, and its well-being is something we always take into consideration here at FluffyCo. This philosophy is not only true for the company, but also our personal lives. We make a point of biking to work whenever we can. It doesn’t hurt that we happen to live in one of the best cities for biking, San Francisco (minus the hills). So in honor of National Bike Month, we put together a few of our favorite bike products! If you can, try biking to school or work next week!
Did you know most of our materials are sourced from local family owned businesses? We just visited our neighbors for some leather straps for our totes! The next step is to attach our vegetable dyed straps to our organic canvas and water ink printed totes with antique brass rivets, and all this happens by hand in the FluffyCo studio! Just a little peek into the tote making process. Each one assembled by hand, with love.