Knitted Scarves For HS2 Trees At Euston LondonAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
London, UK. 13th January, 2018. Plane trees in Euston Square Gardens are wrapped with hand-knitted scarves, many of which bear messages referring to arboricide. Activists opposed to the HS2 high-speed rail link have ‘yarn-bombed’ many of the more than 200 large trees in Euston Square Gardens expected to be felled to make way for temporary sites for construction vehicles and a displaced taxi rank as part of preparations for the controversial HS2 project in order to draw attention to their fate.
- Copyright 2018 Mark Kerrison
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- 2018-01-13 Yarnbombing of Euston HS2 trees