Coffee, thread, pencil, ink Anatomical <3

Lovely anatomical art by Lynz Mayfield Rupture - Coffee, Pencil, Ink, Thread

Maurizio Anzeri featured in Dazed and Confused  June 2011. Um. I'm going to start experimenting.

The Embroidered Secrets of Maurizio Anzeri

Brillant collaboration between Richard Burbridge, Robbie Spencer and Maurizio Anzeri for Dazed and Confused issue June Cool fashion photography + embroidery on top of the pictures.

Thanks to Dyne Dyne Parker+dog for pinning Cecile Dachary - crochet, pottery, embroidery.

Maurizio Anzeri- i love the use of photography and the distortion created by the stitch. I also like the colour scheme of thread.

Maurizio Anzeri- photography and the distortion created by the stitch, colour scheme of thread.

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

#Newserie by Jose Romussi

#Newserie by Jose Romussi

New Embroidered Photographs - By Jose Romussi . You might also like Sources: Jose Romussi ignant.

Photographer Richard Burbridge, Italian artist Maurizio Anzeri and stylist Robbie Spencer created these string art portraits that combine black and white photography and intricate string work to make the images vibrant, 3D pieces. I am really digging this photo embroidery trend.

Embroided Artwork - its different because I like the technique of the sewing/photographer: Richard Burbridge //styling: Robbie Spencer // artwork: Maurizio Anzeri, for Dazed and Confused, June 2011 //

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Embroidered Portraits by Maurizio Anzeri

Maurizio Anzeri is known for his series of eerie portraits or photo-sculptures, a term used by himself to describe his portraits, Maurizio’s work will be p

Eliza Bennett embroiders colored thread into her own hand to challenge the idea that work traditionally reserved for women is easy.

"Using my own hand as a base material, I considered it a canvas upon which I stitched into the top layer of skin using thread to create the appearance of an incredibly work worn hand. Eliza Bennett A woman’s work is never done 2011 Flesh, thread

So strange. I love this. "The Embroidered Secrets of Maurizio Anzeri"

The Embroidered Secrets of Maurizio Anzeri

Dazed & Confused June 2011 Issue - Collaboration between Richard Burbridge, Robbie Spencer and Maurizio favorite is Maurizio Anzeri.