Luv-able and Hug-able, an encore of last year’s plush show, will open at gallery hanahou here in NYC in a little over two weeks! The show will feature strange and adorable creations by 30-plus artists and crafters, including a bunch of new recommendations from the Plush You and a selection of Japanese artists.
My own contribution includes these knitted scenes of giant things attacking cities.
Snails, oh no!
And Mushrooms, run for your lives!
The opening party for Luv-able and Hug-able will be held on December 4th, 6-9 pm, so please save the date if you’re in the NY area! There will also be a special plush-making workshop lead by the amazing Jenny Harada on December 13. (Space is very limited, so email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.)
I’ll be posting more information and photos of the plushes in the show in the coming weeks.
Update: Thank you to Kristen for posting on the Plush You! blog !
14 thoughts on “Giant Things Attacking Cities”
So cute! I love the buildings. How long will your pieces be on display?
The show will be up through January 7th, but all of the plushes will be available for immediate take-home, so the contents of the show will change a bit as it’s ongoing.
they are soooooo funny!
aaaaaaaaaaaah! heehee hee, genius, as usual! <3!
Oh my! Those are sooo cute! I love the squirrels and the snails the best! So fun…
Anna, these are gorgeous! I think I like the mushrooms the most… insidious evil fungii creeping up on you when you least expect it!!
These are just fabulous Anna!! I love them all!!
oh my gosh!!! they are SOOO adorableee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That is like the coolest thing I have ever seen!
Those Mochimochi eyes could make a roll of barbed wire look cute. Do you have a copyright on those?
Oh, they look great! Im not sure witch one I like best, they are all great! :)
Does your squirrels have a pattern? They are so cute! :)
Thanks so much for the nice feedback! I had a lot of fun making these.
Josefin, there won’t be a pattern for the squirrels, but I’m glad you like them! I am working on some patterns for tiny knits like this, but they probably won’t be released for a long time.
Is is just me or do the buildings look sad?
I think these are in my top ten favorites so far.
Another question – what are the approximate dimensions of “Giant Things Attacking Cities?”
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