Viper Escapee

When you visit the Natural History Museum, you expect to find a huge imposing but very cool Diplodocus in the main hall and you might even expect to see the new ‘The Deep’ exhibition where you can marvel at the wonders of creatures who live many more meters than us mere humans can delve to.  But do you expect to see 6 escapees wandering about the exhibits in their wooly wonder?

Collaborating with Stitch London, I made this Viper Fish.  5 other little creatures were created by different artists to coincide with the Natural History Museum Lates on Friday, 27th August.  If you’re around, why not wonder down and see if you can spot one of the escapees.  You can even learn to knit your own mini squid!

IMAGE COPYRIGHT DEADLY KNITSHADE 2010

ALL IMAGES COPYRIGHT THE FASTENER 2010

ALL IMAGES COPYRIGHT THE FASTENER 2010

ALL IMAGES COPYRIGHT THE FASTENER 2010

ALL IMAGES COPYRIGHT THE FASTENER 2010

(All fins, teeth and belly spots are glow in the dark.)

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3 thoughts on “Viper Escapee

  1. bluestockingstitcher on said:

    The teeth! This is brilliant!

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