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The craft group "Wooly Riot" claimed responsibility of the yarn bombing of Charles Monroe statue. The group also yarn bombed the "Who's Afraid" sculpture in front of The Regent Theatre, the entrance to The Esplanade, and the concrete boulders at the entrance of Palmerston North.
The craft group "Wooly Riot" claimed responsibility of the yarn bombing of Charles Monro statue. The group also yarn bombed the "Who's Afraid" sculpture in front of The Regent Theatre, the entrance to The Esplanade, and the concrete boulders at the entrance of Palmerston North.

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Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2019BD_IMCA-DigitalArchive_027336
Title
"Yarn Bombing" of Charles Monro Statue
Format
Born Digital
Held In
IMCA Digital Archive
Date
October 24, 2012

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326 Main Street, Palmerston North

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2010s,
public art,
rugby,
rugby museum,
sculpture,
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