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  • Julie Burls

    Jose Romussi - Embroidery on Vintage Photographs

  • Giselle Ponce

    Artist Jose Romussi breathes new life into old photos by embroidering colorful thread onto skirts and dresses. While the Chile-based mixed media artist has a website full of peculiar and strange collages, it's this fanciful series that has captured my attention. By taking vintage photos of women dancing and embroidering rainbow colored lines on top of them, he not only makes each photo decidedly more modern, he makes us appreciate each dancer's graceful movement.

  • Fran Baas

    (via Studio Arts & Crafts / Jose Romussi). Looks like embroidery on an old photo. Love that idea.

  • S&ABurtonGallery

    Jose Ignacio Romussi Murphy. Embroidery on photography. I love this dance series. Could do for string art project this year

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