The Art of the Yarn Bomb Outdoors

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The Art of the Yarn Bomb Outdoors Scott London

Steve Duneier, a 47-year-old Brooklyn, New York, native, is bringing yarn to the wild. "My goal is to draw more people into the wilderness, which I do by detonating massive, colorful yarn bombs in nature," says Duneier.

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Yarnbomber, Stephen Duneier, set up "Alien Campsite '15" in the Los Padres National Forest in California.Stephen Duneier
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Yarn bombing is a public art form in which all kinds of objects are covered in brightly covered yarn.Stephen Duneier
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Steve Duneier, a 47-year-old Brooklyn, New York native, is yarn bombing nature to "draw more people to the wilderness."Scott London
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Duneier's "Alien Campsite" sits on a meadow with views of the Santa Ynez Mountains.Stephen Duneier
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Duneier relies on word of mouth and social media to get people to see his exhibits.Stephen Duneier
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Duneier, who grew up in South Florida, often cites Christo's wrapping of the Biscayne Bay Islands as a big inspiration.Stephen Duneier
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Duneier has set up many exhibits, including "Lizard's Mouth" seen here in 2014.Susan Bell