WOW...amazing

3D portraits made out of screws

Amazing portraits made out of screws by Andrew Myers. Using the different depth of screw on the wall that show the portraits are very real. I can see the emotion on his face. It is hard work with meaningful and creative.

raining / umbrella - Stitching Photographs: embroidery + photography by Diane Meyer

Stitching Photographs: Various Approaches

raining / umbrella - Stitching Photographs: embroidery + photography by Diane Meyer. Link to awesome article on fantastic work by various articles who combined photographs and embroidery.

Giant paint chip paintings.

Good recycling of Behr paint samples--but wait, these are actually large paintings by American artist Shawn Huckins.

Livia Marin

livia marin (The Jealous Curator)

Thanks to The Jealous Curator for sharing the ceramic work of London-based Chilean artist Livia Marin. These gorgeous pieces are from her series titled Nomad Patterns

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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

Jenna Decker Embroidered Watercolor Painting Original Art Mixed Media Fibers Embroidery on Paper Abstract Geo Neon Pink Yellow Blue Gray Black White

Embroidered Watercolor Painting Original Art Mixed Media Fibers Embroidery on Paper Abstract Geo Neon Pink Yellow Blue Gray Black White

Embroidered Watercolor Painting Original Art Mixed Media Fibers Embroidery on Paper Abstract Geo Neon Pink Yellow Blue Gray Black White AMD - crazy surreal looking geometric lines and watercolours, the contrast between the two really work well!

Lynn Skordal - Mixed Media. This is so super neat, I wish I would have thought of this while I had to keep an art book in a book senior year of High School. DAMNIT.

Lynn Skordal uses a variety of media, including collage on paper and occasionally embroidery to create arresting pieces of contemporary art.

Needlecraft Practical Journal #52 c.1906 - Danish "Hedebo" Embroidery:

Needlecraft Practical Journal - Danish "Hedebo" Embroidery~ The smaller the needle and quality of thread, the nicer the work. Quality of materials is important in sewing, knitting and lace making.


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