Frederique Morrel has a mission to rescue the dying art of embroidery by giving it a contemporary twist.

Frederique Morrel has a mission to rescue the dying art of embroidery by giving it a contemporary twist. His tapestries are a contemporary twist on taxidermy creatures

Frederique Morrel has a mission to rescue the dying art of embroidery by giving it a contemporary twist.

Frederique Morrel has a mission to rescue the dying art of embroidery by giving it a contemporary twist. His tapestries are a contemporary twist on taxidermy creatures

Frédérique Morrel Tapestry Taxidermy - a look at the artists home and studio, Image Source Tracy Lee Lynch

I just love these.So very cool! Tapestry Trends: Frédérique Morrel Tapestry Taxidermy - a look at the artist's home and studio, Image Source Tracy Lee Lynch

French artist Frederique Morrel has a mission to rescue the dying art of embroidery by giving it a contemporary twist.

Visitor Bonny Standing / French artist Frederique Morrel has a mission to rescue the dying art of embroidery by giving it a contemporary twist. Deer, unicorn, foxes and rabbits.

FREDERIQUE MORREL has a mission to rescue the dying art of embroidery by giving it a contemporary twist. Deer, unicorn, foxes and bunnies shed their hides in exchange for a new skin of vintage tapestries to become esoteric and wonderfully original pieces.

ART: FREDERIQUE MORREL Frederique Morrel uses vibrant vintage tapestry to create whimsical conceptual art. Together with her husband, Aaron Levin, she produces upholstered animal (and the occasional.

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Frédérique Morrel Tapestry Taxidermy (no animals died for this)

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Fantastical forest creatures have taken over London’s Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, courtesy of French artist Frédérique Morrel. She uses fibreglass taxidermy moulds and vintage tapestries to create unique artworks

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Frederique Morrel has a mission to rescue the dying art of embroidery by giving it a contemporary twist. His tapestries are a contemporary twist on taxidermy creatures

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Frederique Morrel has a mission to rescue the dying art of embroidery by giving it a contemporary twist. Deer, unicorn, foxes and bunnies shed their hides in exchange for a new skin of vintage tapestries

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