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Kirsty Whitlock uses everyday throw away items such as newspapers, comics and supermarket carrier bags as a surface for embroidered drawings that reflect and respond to the material item she is embroidering onto. The very nature of the materials she works into the fragility of the paper or the plastic bag should not hold up under the industriousness of the sewing machine, but the layers and grids of the stitch hold the surface together.

Fingerings by Judith Braun: Symmetrical abstractions created with her fingers dipped in charcoal dust, often using both hands and arms simultaneously. “Abstraction keeps the images free to be anything, while the symmetry resolves that fluidity into something, like liquid energy crystallizing. Working within constraints prompts a proliferation of possibilities that self organize into groups and subgroups, from which I then choose some to render carefully by hand…with diamond dust.”#Judith_Braun

  • Nancy Baker

    Very cool, but I can't wait to see the "Pinterest Fail" version. lol

  • Katie Patterson

    How could I get that on my walls! And how much?!

  • Melody Mankus

    That is so. cool. I never would have thought about the failed version, but now that you mention it, Nancy Baker, yeah... I kind of want to see that, too.

  • Moh Kab

    beauitful,and very klever. wow

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amanda mccavour's thread sculptures. she sews into a dissolvable fabric so that all that's left is thread!

artnet Galleries: The Sentimental Question by Beth Cavener Stichter from Claire Oliver Gallery

Ece Sükan’s Personal Style – Photo Gallery – Editor at Large for VOGUE Turkey. | SKIN + WOOD

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Crush Cul de Sac - I can't help it. It's strange but I absolutely love this.

Quite Special! Mondongo for COMME des GARÇONS (2008) Thread (Source: shoulderblades)

Love this blouse. The cuffs at the ends of the long sleeves are just perfect.