07.11.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Sarah K. Benning

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A selection of embroideries by Baltimore-based artist Sarah K. Benning. More images below.

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01.09.16 by Staff

Delightful Animated Fabrics by Miracle de Mille

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Lyon-based Miracle de Mille create fantastic embroidered art and strangely addictive animation loops! More gifs below. You can also check out full video versions (with sound) over at Booooooom TV!

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27.06.16 by Staff

Meticulously Embroidered Cubes by Artist Richard McVetis

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London-based artist Richard McVetis painstakingly hand-stitches intricate patterns of dots and crosses onto wool cubes in an effort to turn the passage of time into something that can be seen and touched. More images from “In Pursuit of Time” below.

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04.05.16 by Staff

Hand-Stitched Photographs by Art Director Rebecca Chew

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Rebecca Chew gives a hand-made look to traditional glossy magazine spreads. Check out more portraits stitched with luchador masks for Esquire Singapore below!

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02.02.16 by Jeff

Embroidered X-Rays by Artist Matthew Cox

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Wonderfully strange mix of embroidery, x-rays, and MRI scans by Philadelphia-based artist Matthew Cox. More images below!

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06.01.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Michelle Kingdom

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Burbank-based artist Michelle Kingdom conveys complex psychological landscapes in these miniature embroideries. More images below.

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16.07.15 by Kimi Hamada

Elliot Schultz “Embroidered Zoetrope”

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Australian animator and digital artist, Elliot Schultz, embroidered discs with animated sequences that can be played on standard turntables. “Embroidered Zoetrope” was Schultz’s final art school project when he graduated from ANU back in 2013. Check out the delightful and mesmerizing results in the video below!

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17.07.14 by Jeff

Embroideries Using Hair by Artist Sula Fay

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“Hair Embroideries” by artist Sula Fay, found via our July Submissions. She says this about the work:

“As an adolescent, I struggled with my hair. Being of half African and Puerto Rican descent I inherited very naturally curly hair. Alongside my white skinned, long straight haired friends, I felt different and unattractive. I went through many gruelling hours brushing, combing, and straightening. That process was very difficult and tedious, just like the process of my embroideries. To embroider with my hair I have to straighten each piece separately.”

More work below.

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