Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Ezgi Pamir's Embroidered Portraits Dazzle with Real Objects Sewn In

Ezgi Pamir incorporates real objects into her embroidery; she uses fabric, buttons, and branches that add an unexpected sculptural element to her work.

Love the embroidered artwork of Lucky Jackson

♒ Enchanting Embroidery ♒ Lucky Jackson Goddammit, and i thought i was so original with the American Beauty rose boobs idea.

Embroidered Animal Brooches by Paulina Bartnik

These incredibly realistic brooches of birds are created and embroidered by Polish artist, Paulina Bartnik . Paulina adopts the Needle P.

harrietpophamtextiles: Embroidered Architecture - Prague http://zsazsabellagio.tumblr.com/

harrietpophamtextiles: Embroidered Architecture - Prague /// this would be a great idea for a string study as it is unusual and really creative.

Rahel Suter - Day 23 (Continuation): Attention to details www.goodvibration.ch

Rahel Suter - Day 23 (Continuation): Attention to details (stitching and buttons or beads) www.

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Hasta Mostla, an interdisciplinary project between women embroiderers from Jaltocán (México) and artists/illustrators from from México and Iberoamérica

Warsaw-based embroidery artist Paulina Bartnik stitches colorfully lifelike brooches of birds and other tiny creatures in a dense style called needle painting. Each object begins as a piece of wool which she prods with a special needle in a process called dry felting which results in a surface ideal

Warsaw-based embroidery artist Paulina Bartnik stitches colorfully lifelike brooches of birds and other tiny creatures in a dense style called needle painting. Each object begins as a piece of wool which she prods with a special needle in a process called

Embroidery by Slow Stitch Sophie | floral embroidery | hoop art | floral hoop art

Slow Stitch Sophie's Embroideries Resembling Landscapes of Wildflowers

Embroidery by Paulina Bartnik / on the blog!

Embroidered Animal Brooches by Paulina Bartnik

Jaw hit the floor seeing the incredible fine details. Inspiration to the nth degree! Embroidery by Paulina Bartnik floss, thread, wool

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