National Portrait Gallery exhibition sees Grayson tackle identity crises in series of very modern portraits... http://www.we-heart.com/2014/10/29/grayson-perry-who-are-you-national-portrait-gallery-london/

National Portrait Gallery exhibition sees Grayson tackle identity crises in series of very modern portraits...

National Portrait Gallery exhibition sees Grayson tackle identity crises in series of very modern portraits.

I’m always interested in artists that mix hard and soft; Harriet works her stitches into the ceramics, putting them back together to create new pieces with a new narrative. The plates become patchworks, brought together and softened by the threads. Despite their obvious hardness they look as though they might be soft to the touch.

Enjoy The Embroidered Ceramics Of Harriet Lawton In This Cutting (& Stitching) Edge Post From Mr X Stitch!

NICK GENTRY is a British artist whose art is influenced by the development of consumerism, technology, identity & cyberculture in society, with a distinctive focus on obsolete media. He is best known for his floppy disk paintings & film negative artworks, placing an emphasis on recycling obsolete media & the reuse of personal objects as a central theme / Seen here: DIGITAL MONTAGE NUMBER 1 ~ Oil paint & used computer disks on wood; 2012

London artist Nick Gentry creates art from "the obsolete technology of society", most notably: his floppy disk paintings.

White Dwarf (2012) by artist An Te Liu is “a floating orb composed of obsolete domestic artifacts. Its title comes from the term given to dying stars in our galaxy — those which have lost their energy and imploded into degenerate matter.” Via MAS=MORE.

White Dwarf by artist An Te Liu is “a floating orb composed of obsolete domestic artifacts. Its title comes from the term given to dying stars in our galaxy — those which have lost their energy and imploded into degenerate matter.

Recouvrir des objets du quotidien avec de la tapisserie aux petits points… C’est le travail artistique de Ulla Stina Wikander.

Artist Ulla Stina Wikander uses cross stitch embroidery to create a new skin for everyday objects. Through these colorful covers, they're given new life.

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