See a new knit-art installation under the Williamsburg Bridge tonight

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  • Photograph: Johnathan Hokklo

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  • Photograph: Chris Pieretti

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  • Photograph: Chris Pieretti

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  • Photograph: Magda Sayeg

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Photograph: Johnathan Hokklo

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Some artists produce work to make people feel, and others—including internationally recognized "knit graffiti" artist Magda Sayeg—make art that people can actually feel. Sayeg has been making like Banksy by leaving her stamp of vibrantly knitted art (check out some of her creations above) around the globe.

And luckily, New Yorkers who want to witness her work without traveling overseas need not fret. Tonight you can experience it without having to venture further than the 'Burg, where "Plan Ahead," the artist's latest endeavor, will be unveiled under the Williamsburg Bridge. Kent Ave between South 5th and 6th Sts, Williamsburg, Brooklyn; 6--7pm; free.

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