Embroidered x-rays by Matthew Cox

Embroidered Art

Matthew Cox's remarkable x-ray and embroidery work surreal frida kahlo style textile art and xray photo, contemporary mixed media collage art

lines and colors: Cayce Zavaglia creates her portraits in a novel variation on the time honored traditions of tapestry, using crewel embroidery wool in a method in which the direction of the threads are not blended into a uniform pattern, but given direction within the creation of the form — like brushstrokes, producing a much more “painterly” (“threaderly”?) surface.

lines and colors: Cayce Zavaglia creates her portraits in a novel variation on the time honored traditions of tapestry, using crewel embroidery wool in a method in which the direction of the threads are not blended into a uniform pattern, but given direct

Takes time to sink in - what you said. Still, up to now, I haven't fully digested your words. I can't dismiss my doubts, I mean, what you said could be bollocks, but I don't know. What do I know 'bout what you feel? What do I know 'bout what I feel?

Take a mug shot style photo. Rip out the eyes rip out the mouth rip it in half shred it into as many pieces as possible and collage them do the thing in the pin out the face and stick it back upside down

Damaged. by Lev Kroński, via Flickr

Lev Kroński // the way it's been created it simple, but it is still a very striking piece as it looks so brutal.

Harriet Maxwell embroidery - wow!

How does the surface of an artwork influence our experience of that image? A Harriet Maxwell embroidery

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