Gallery: the colourful Crochet Playgrounds of Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam
The crocheted bouncy artworks started life as regular artworks until apparently the artist was approached by two children with a very good question. According to This is Colossal:
"(the) children approached her and asked if the sculpture, resembling a colorful hammock, could be climbed on. She nervously agreed and watched cautiously as her suspended artwork twisted and stretched as the kids climbed on top of it. Suddenly an idea was born."
Have a wander through more jaw-dropping images of their crochet playgrounds over at NetPlayWorks and try telling me you don't want to dash over to Japan to have a bounce yourself.
Utterly inspiring crafty art you can play on! Total craft win.
[All images via NetPlayworks]