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French Embroidery Artist Stitches People, Pets and Plants

French UX designer Miriam enjoys spending her evenings doing embroidery so much that she called her brand Slow Evenings Embroidery. She stitches tiny people and their plants and “embraces...

Artistic Embroderies By Katerina Marchenko

Inspired by fashion and haute couture, Moscow-based artist Katerina Marchenko sews vivid colored threads into tulle to create beautiful embroidered images of portraits, animals and anatomical studies. Her works are framed...

This Artist Combines Embroidery With Tattoos And The Results Are Amazing

Embroidery is a craft of decorating fabric using a needle to apply thread or yarn. It’s a classic art that you usually associate with, well not tattoo artists. But...

Artist Recreate Scenes From The Simpsons With Embroidery

Gabriela Martinez is an artist that specializes in making embroideries. She has made embroideries features everyone's favorite yellow family since 2015. Martinez takes her time when...

These Embroidered Art Works Are Inspired by Nature and Flora

New Zealand artist, Fleur Woods, creates intricate stitched paintings using fabric, gouache, and ultimately - embroidery. Creating from her studio gallery in the heart of rural Upper Moutere, and drawing...

What Started as a Simple Knot Turned into a Work of Art

Chinese-American artist, Windy Chien, takes a simple knot and elevates it into a work of art. Her work ranges in size from a knot that can fit in the...

Amy Jones’ Embroidery Work Is Mesmerizing

Amy Jones, aka Cheese Before Bedtime, creates some whimsical embroidery art for her project The Garden Party. Her stitched hoops show people wearing animal masks, tails, and wings, which...

Sheena Liam Embroiders Intimate Self-Portraits

Within the small frame of an embroidery hoop, Malaysian artist Sheena Liam tells a lot about herself. She uses one-color thread to show herself at intimate moments. This mainly concerns the...

Ukrainian Traditional Embroidery Meets Pop-Culture

Since the 19th century, historians have been interested in embroidery, and currently, there are many museums and collections dedicated to this part of the historical heritage. Embroidery, as a decorative art,...

Couple Uses Embroidery to Immortalize European Architecture

Charles Henry and Elin Petronella, a Franco-Swedish couple, travel across Europe in search of the continent's finest architectural achievements. From the colorful streets of Copenhagen to the modernist architecture of Barcelona,...

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