RITUAL

PUBLIC CROSSINGS WITH CROSS-STITCH

by alma eliot

Photo: This is Colossal

In Madrid, Raquel Rodrigo is reinventing the look of street art. Using cross-stitching, the artist has produced large-scale floral homages to a handcraft technique usually associated with grandmothers more than graffiti. Rodrigo’s roses and foliage creep along worn brick walls, splashing color and texture in unexpected places.

To create the pieces, Rodrigo wraps thick string in a wire mesh, then places the finished piece in the desired location. Up close, the images seem like abstract planes of pinks and greens; it’s only from a distance that their floral design becomes apparent.

We love these installations not only for their eye-catching appeal, but also for their generous spirit. Rodrigo proves that giving back can be as simple as creating something beautiful for your community to share.

See more images from Rodrigo on Colossal.

 

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To Whom It May recommends doses based on medication frequency, and the suggested doses are intended to help you feel body-functional and mind free. Every box that arrives at your door will contain chocolates in individual boxes sealed with one of these mighty-helpful labels.

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per MONTH

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per MONTH

SEVERAL TIMES
per WEEK

SEVERAL TIMES
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We encourage you to find your way patiently, to a dose that’s right for you – start low, then wait and see. It may end up being a cherished single piece, or a uniquely combined experience of two, or three.

Full effects of THC digestion commonly felt within 60-90 minutes. Bide your mind and enjoy the time!

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