Amy Friend.

amy friend - pin pricked photos Oh my! Fairy dust, fireflies, and maybe just a little bit of magic. There is something almost celestial about this lovely found image series, titled Daré alla Lucé by Canadian artist/photographer Amy Friend.

Maria Aparicio.

Design Inspiration // Maria Aparicio… and friends. All of these pieces are collaborations with various photographers. They supply the stunning images, and she supplies the embroidery.

jose romussi

jose romussi (The Jealous Curator)

Shae Acopion Detar takes painting on photographs to a new level.

The Jealous Curator & F;& curated contemporary art & i’m jealous of shae acopian detar

Hinke Schreuders

♒ Enchanting Embroidery ♒ Artist Hinke Schreuders Alters Advertising and Fashion Photography with Hand-Stitched Embroidery

University of Stuttgart unveils carbon-fibre pavilion based on beetle shells.

University of Stuttgart unveils woven pavilion based on beetle shells

University of Stuttgart unveils carbon-fibre pavilion based on beetle shells. - use of lime, reminds me of maurizio Anzeri's work

Maurizio Anzeri piece

Maurizio Anzeri: MakeUp Art or Embroidered Portraits

'maurizio anzeri: makeup art or embroidered portraits' - evelyne politanoff, 2012 [huffington post article + series of maurizio anzeri images]

Hauntingly Beautiful Vintage Photos Covered in Dots of Light - Amy Friend

Hauntingly Beautiful Vintage Photos Covered in Dots of Light

Antique photographs gain a new kind of lively texture in this series, entitled Dare alla Luce. Canadian photographer Amy Friend collects the prints from a

embroidered photographs... kinda weird but kinda awesome and something I think I want to try

Italian born, London based artist Maurizio Anzeri transforms found photographs of perfectly cute kids into spooky, tribal, baboon-ish looking creatures using only a needle and thread. This is where I got some of my inspiration for sewing on canvas

Olaf Hajek

Illustrator Olaf Hajek has created a series called Black Antoinette, and it imagines Marie Antoinette—the infamous Queen of France—as a woman of color.


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