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  • Heather Zimmerman

    California-based artist Lauren DiCioccio hand-embroiders over old issues of The New York Times. Each piece is wrapped in cotton muslin which one selected image hand-embroidered. - would make an awesome gift on a sentimental calendar date

  • Caren S.

    Hand embroidered issues of the New York Times. 'California-based artist Lauren DiCioccio hand-embroiders her pieces based off of imagery seen in old issues of The New York Times. From Gerald Ford's Funeral to Lady Gaga on the cover of The Arts section, DiCicoccio focuses her attention on the tangible beauty of printed news and media. Each piece includes a full issue of The New York Times wrapped in cotton muslin. http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/lauren-dicioccio-sewnnews

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