Foucault News

News and resources on French thinker Michel Foucault (1926-1984)

Amigurumi (編みぐるみ?, lit. crocheted or knitted stuffed toy) is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small stuffed animals and anthropomorphic creatures. The word is derived from a combination of the Japanese words ami, meaning crocheted or knitted, and nuigurumi, meaning stuffed doll (Wikipedia)

Radical Amigurumi

And a new member to the radical boy band, may I introduce Michel Amigurumi Foucault!!

My first ears and my first glasses, and enjoyed the bald look…

Michel Amigurumi Foucault says: “Where there is power, there is resistance.”

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2 thoughts on “Michel Amigurumi Foucault

  1. Alzbeta (aka Liz) says:

    These amigurumi are amazing. I know this is an older post but I would really like to get hold of the patterns. I am a high school humanities teacher and I feel that my students need these in their life. Would you be willing to share?

    1. Clare O'Farrell says:

      Hi Liz, this is good isn’t it? You will need to contact the owner of the original blog, linked to in the post.

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