Today marks the fifth anniversary of this tiny little tag we put up in Stockholm right around the time we first started out. It’s a little ruffled, it lost some color and some shape but after five years it’s still there. In a city with a strict policy stating that all uncommissioned street art must be removed within 24 hours of its detection, this is nothing short of a scandal.
Wake up City Hall!
Masquerade is taking over Nordiska museet.
This one’s been a long time coming, but we finally conquered the mighty Thor at Mariatorget. We’ve been close before…
Last winter, Stockholm, Sweden.
Laugavegur, Reykjavik, Iceland
A huge Takk fyrir (?) to all the unbelievably creative, skilled and inspiring contributors at our workshop!
No matter how great the festival was, you know that Masquerade can never be contained inside a museum.
This is Masquerades work for the Loops knitting festival at the Nordic House in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Check out the incredibly talented Vik Prjónsdóttir, Pickles, Isabel Berglund, Vivian Høxbro, Katrina ì Geil, Patricia Waller and Sarah Applebaum, who were also in the festival.
Masquerade packed up and went to Iceland to participate in Loops, the fabulous knitting festival at Norræna húsið in Reykjavik.