A documentary on Yarn bombing and the people who uses textile and crochet to bring color and surprise to the streets.

Thanks a lot to all the inverviewees, as to the people who walks the extra mile in order to make cities more human.

Special thanks to
- Teje la araña: Adriana, Álvaro, Lupe & Co (tejelaarana.com)
- Lucía Ruíz, from Yarn Bombing Coruña (facebook.com/YarnbombingCoruna)
- Alicia Roselló, from Duduá (duduadudua.blogspot.com.es)
- Aïda Gómez (aidagomez.info)
- Javier Abarca, from Urbanario (urbanario.es)
- Joanna Mann, from KnitDiss (knitdiss.wordpress.com)
- Am3ba (am3ba.tumblr.com)
- Juan Gutiérrez, from Spains Costume Museum (Museo del Traje de Madrid) (museodeltraje.mcu.es/)
- Natalia, from Tejiendo Malasaña (facebook.com/pages/Tejiendo-Malasaña/355861157851433)
- Aurora Gómez
- Marta Ors (blogs.km77.com/nimeva/)
- Isis Saz, Laura Bañuelos y Fernando Quesada.

Additional video: Álvaro León (people reacting in the streets and comunal action in Caracas) and La Pluma Eléctri*k (instalation in El Matadero—Spanish for Slaughterhouse—).

In the video you can also see images by: Teje la Araña, Am3ba, Aïda Gómez, Yarn
Bombing Coruña, Urban Knitting Bilbao, Joanna Mann, Duduá, Urban Knitting Zaragoza, Urban Knitting Valencia, SPIDERTAG / Street Art Superhero, Magda Sayeg,The Commons (Flickr), Aitor Uranga, Suki Suk, Turkinator, Iago González, Piero Piga, Eileen Terwilliger, y Jeff Shaumeyer.

Versión sin subtítulos en inglés: vimeo.com/82166525

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