The Art of the Yarn Bomb Outdoors

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.

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