Yarn-bombing street artist Hot Tea brought his yarn (lots and lots of it) to an abandoned tennis court in his native Minneapolis to make an ugly lot of cement into a really pretty installation. An installation that could conceivably be used as a tennis net, if you’re into that sort of thing. Watch as he endlessly weaves the hot pink material, back and forth for ages—well, ages for Hot Tea. For you, it’s a timelapse and it takes less than three and a half minutes. While you’re at it, you should probably go ahead and check out the photo stream, too. Never seen such a tough pose with a tennis racket in front of a hot pink yarn wall.