Embroidery never looked so cool, portraits by Daniel Kornrumpf.
Love these, on the right garment with the right placement it could be the coolest thing ever.
crazy good. would love to know how long it takes him to finish one?
I was wondering the same thing! The reflection in the sunglasses in the 3rd one down is WAY awesome.
Ray Materson is another meticulous embroidery artist. He recreated baseball cards and photos using the thread from socks that he traded for his cigarettes when he was in jail.
damn… very cool!
Definitely reminds me early Chuck Close work!
MY THOUGHTS EXACTLY! These are beautiful, and holy its hard enough to pain but to embroider such detail? BLOWN AWAY
That is amazing! I would love to see the details in these in person.
I do love embroidery. And this is good embroidery. I have to start doing some crafts soon.
forget small corporate logos on the corner of your shirts ha, this is where it’s at!
eat your heart out lacoste
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So fricken awesome!
These are amazing! I’d love to have one myself!
Is the forth person down Bobby Puleo?
Yeah that’s him. do you know him? thanks to all you guys for the kind words! i really appreciate it
Personally, no. I’m just a really huge fan of his skating!
crazy how much these look like paint or watercolor. compositions really remind me of shannon perry’s portraits
Very like this art technic!!!! Cool!!!
wow, it’s fun to rummage through some older posts on booooooom and find art like this. amazing technic!
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