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embroidery + street art = <3 work by victoria villasana

Embroidery work in the street? This is the embroidery infused work of Mexican artist Victoria Villasana. If you recognize her name it’s probably because sh

Victoria Villasana - Embroidery 3

Victoria Villasana - Embroidery 3

Mexican textile artist Victoria Villasana, creates colourful embroidered patterns, over vintage photographs of artists, musicians and icons of present and

This embroidery infused work by Mexican artist Victoria Villasana is amazing. You may recognize her name because Victoria was a prolific street artist in London for a decade. Known for “her rebellious femininity and cross-cultural imagery

turecepcja: Victoria Villasana - Yarn bombastic | Lustik

The ultimate tragedy is not the brutality of the bad people but the silence of the good people. - we should never normalise sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, racist comments. Your silence is traitorous.

672 Likes, 16 Comments - Victoria Villasana (@villanaart) on Instagram: “'Dress for yourself' If you're lucky enough to get old, embrace it! Don't hide behind the curtains…”

672 Likes, 16 Comments - Victoria Villasana (@villanaart) on Instagram: “'Dress for yourself' If you're lucky enough to get old, embrace it! Don't hide behind the curtains…”

Victoria Villasana - Whimsical Embroidery Portraits | Patternbank

Mexican textile artist Victoria Villasana, creates colourful embroidered patterns, over vintage photographs of artists, musicians and icons of present and

Mexican textile artist Victoria Villasana, creates colourful embroidered patterns, over vintage photographs of artists, musicians and icons of present and

Mexican textile artist Victoria Villasana, creates colourful embroidered patterns, over vintage photographs of artists, musicians and icons of present and

Embroidered cultural heroes – in pictures

Embroidered cultural heroes – in pictures