Technicolor Twinkle Toes. Embroidery on Vintage Photos of Dancers.

Embroidered Photos of Dancers

Now living and working in Berlín, Chilean-born Jose Romussi formally studied landscape design when growing up. But over the past few years has gained a significant following for his embroidered photos of dancers; screen prints and collages in which he combines vintage black and white photographs with colorful forms of hand sewing. (more…)

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Charlotte Lancelot’s Canevas Furniture & Rug Collection Combines Craft With Sophistication.

Charlotte Lancelot for Canevas

Looking for unique furniture that is modern, comfortable and oozing with craftsmanship? The new Canevas collection of cushions, soft poufs, modular poufs and rugs by Charlotte Lancelot for GAN Rugs, a division of Gandia Blasco, utilizes the designer’s penchant for felted embroidery and cross-stitching. (more…)

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Re-imagined Georg Jensen Ad Campaign by Inge Jacobsen

re-imagined Georg Jensen ad campaign by Inge Jacobsen

Georg Jensen has taken an artsy risk by re-releasing a previous photographic ad campaign for their Scandinavian jewelry and housewares, only now the photos have been embellished with the handiwork of artist Inge Jacobsen. (more…)

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Hand-Stitched Fashion Magazines by Inge Jacobsen

hand-stitched fashion magazines

Photography student Inge Jacobsen began her studies at Kingston University studying fine arts. She since switched to photography but combines continues to combine mediums in some of her works. (more…)

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Stitchwitchery By Aubrey Longley-Cook. Sew Cool.

stitchwitchery

Talented young embroiderer Aubrey Longley-Cook (who turns 24 tomorrow.. Happy Birthday Aubrey!) writes a blog from Atlanta, Georgia named Spool Spectrum on which he posts his own handiwork along with some fabulous textile work from other artists and some kitschy finds. He also sells some of his unique embroidery, each framed in a wood hoop, in a store of the same name as his blog on etsy. (more…)

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