Bags of Aggro - Kirsty Whitlock mixed media fiber art http://www.kirstywhitlock.com/ #stitching

Bags of Aggro - Kirsty Whitlock mixed media fiber. I like this piece because it includes an ordinary item which is transformed into a textile piece.

Textile Artist Kirsty Whitlock Losses 2009 540x789 10 Contemporary embroidery artists

Textile Artist Kirsty Whitlock Losses 2009 10 Contemporary embroidery artists --- Weave the pages of a childrens book so it goes from words to an actual illustration!

Shepard Fairey, We The People, Inauguration 2017, poster, feminism

“"We the people are greater than fear": Shepard Fairey’s inauguration protest poster”

Kirsty Whitlock:  "Comparing herself to a magpie for collecting items that have been disposed and believer of “one person’s waste is another’s treasure,” Whitlock’s work reflects both history and nostalgia. She stitches found refuse into her artwork and then embellishes it with embroidery, wherein she creates a connection between the present and the past."

Mr X Stitch Presents: The Cutting (& Stitching) Edge – Kirsty Whitlock

I was amused to read a new poll on how the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) would vote if it had the right to vote on US Election Day, November 8.  The poll, conducted by the Saudi daily Arab News and British pollster YouGov found that nearly half the respondents would abstain. Forty-sev

Barack Obama/Hope Painter: Shepard Fairey Year: 2008 Known to many of us as the poster plastered everywhere in support of now-President Barack Obama, this image began life as a x collage in Fairey's studio.

Shepard Fairey - collage, colour, figure.

Shepard Fairey — Art Antagonism

Shepard Fairey Mural Created In Collaboration With NYC Kids At World Financial Center

Hannah Hoch, “The Art Critic,” (1919/20) Photomontage portrait with additional collage and drawn elements.

Fig Raoul Hausmann The Art Critic Lithograph and photographic collage on paper support: 318 x 254 mm Purchased ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2002

Obey Giant - The Art of Shepard Fairey

The Wrong Path print is a recognition of the challenges anyone championing environmental responsibility face as well as a comment on the.

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