We've written about Chilean artist Jose Romussi before, definitely amused by his contemporary embroidered collages. Nonetheless, his series #ANTI-SERIE leaves us wanting more.
Newserie - Honestly WTF
I love it when artists bring life and texture to two dimensional photos and drawings by way of embroidery. In his latest series Newserie, Chilean artist Jose Romussi embroiders flowers and geometric doodles over pages of fashion editorials. Look…
#Newserie by Jose Romussi - IGNANT
Some time ago we had the honor of introducing you to Jose Romussi at iGNANT. Today we would like to show you his most recent work. This time the Berlin based artist elaborates pictures from old fashion magazines with colorful forms of embroidery. The embroidery in this project is more playful and less linear. The […]
Embroidered Subversive Collages By Artist Jose Romussi - IGNANT
Chilean artist Jose Romussi creates intricate collages using embroidery. In his latest series ‘#Anti-Serie‘, the images feature fashion portraits that look like they’ve been scribbled over with markers at first glance. In reality, the words and drawings were woven in with multi-colored thread, which is Romussi’s prefered medium “to merge different time spaces”. In a […]
Textured Images with Jose Romussi
Embroidered Photographs and Collaborative Collages A common critique of photographys is the flatness of the image. Chilean artist Jose Romussi, however, disagrees. Using careful collaging and diligent embroidery, the Berlin-based artist has been exploring the relationship between the visual and tangible since 2010 usin
as bailarinas de jose romussi.
Jose Romussi é um autor que borda fios coloridos em antigas fotografias de bailarinas. Um trabalho que faz com que tenhamos a impressão de que as fotos são novas e que elas estão em movimento.