Knitted Scarves For HS2 Trees At Euston LondonAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
London, UK. 13th January, 2018. 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 mature London Plane, Red Oak, Common Whitebeam, Common Lime and Wild Service 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