Austrian choreographer Willi Dorner twists dancers into urban sculptures.
Marie Antoinette pinned a ship to her rolling curls, and the Internet is full of tributes in paper, balsawood and feathers.
Knit caps on Shinto statues. Magda Sayeg’s yarn bombed city bus. Rasta lion. And more.
Yayoi Kasuma, Japan’s 90-year-old queen of pattern, would say dots are fun. She’s spent a long career designing clothing, fabric, paintings and rooms that vibrate with dots.
Pompom lion. Rasta lion. Joana Vascoucelos’ lion in white crochet. And more.
Emilie Floge—seamstress extraordinaire and Klimt’s life companion—sewed the mosaic-inspired dresses his models wore. Adele Bloch-Bauer is wearing one in this 1907 portrait.