Category Archives: #embroidery

Juana Gómez’s anatomic embroideries

In her collection “Constructal”, the embroideries of the Chilean artist Juana Gómez reproduce an invisible system which is essential to life and that every human being has in common: the anatomic system. Her detailed work helps us to revise the

Juana Gómez’s anatomic embroideries

In her collection “Constructal”, the embroideries of the Chilean artist Juana Gómez reproduce an invisible system which is essential to life and that every human being has in common: the anatomic system. Her detailed work helps us to revise the

Cléa Lala’s exercises in style

There’s only one step from extended metaphor to embroidered graphics. That’s what Cléa Lala’s original creations show us. Since they are made of different materials (textile and paper), cover different fields (urban, lingerie and haute couture) and evoke different emotions

Cléa Lala’s exercises in style

There’s only one step from extended metaphor to embroidered graphics. That’s what Cléa Lala’s original creations show us. Since they are made of different materials (textile and paper), cover different fields (urban, lingerie and haute couture) and evoke different emotions

Jazmín Berakha’s contemplative embroidery

The Argentine artist Jazmín Berakha has been featured on art blogs with her charming and inspiring creations for some time now. Although she works with different media, the artist set herself the challenge to explore modern art with a needle!

Jazmín Berakha’s contemplative embroidery

The Argentine artist Jazmín Berakha has been featured on art blogs with her charming and inspiring creations for some time now. Although she works with different media, the artist set herself the challenge to explore modern art with a needle!

Half-dream, half-reality, Maria Fischer’s stitched book

Born in 1985 near Munich, Germany, Maria Fischer is a young and talented graphic designer. She studied Communication Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg, from which she graduated in 2010. Since then, she has been working for

Half-dream, half-reality, Maria Fischer’s stitched book

Born in 1985 near Munich, Germany, Maria Fischer is a young and talented graphic designer. She studied Communication Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg, from which she graduated in 2010. Since then, she has been working for

Richard Saja revitalises traditional toile with embroidered characters

Richard Saja is an accomplished textile artist based in New York and the man behind the “Historically Inaccurate Decorative Arts” design firm. His originality lies in his ability to give a new lease of life to the toile de Jouy

Richard Saja revitalises traditional toile with embroidered characters

Richard Saja is an accomplished textile artist based in New York and the man behind the “Historically Inaccurate Decorative Arts” design firm. His originality lies in his ability to give a new lease of life to the toile de Jouy

Shaun Kardinal’s embroidered vintage postcards

Shaun is a Seattle-based artist, born in 1982 in Tracy, California, who likes to create, curate and follow visual art online from websites such as Tumblr. I was amazed when I first saw his postcards, but while doing some research

Shaun Kardinal’s embroidered vintage postcards

Shaun is a Seattle-based artist, born in 1982 in Tracy, California, who likes to create, curate and follow visual art online from websites such as Tumblr. I was amazed when I first saw his postcards, but while doing some research

Jose Romussi’s embroidered ballerinas

José Romussi was born in Chile (1979) where he studied landscape architecture. After living in New York for a while he is now living in the city of Berlin. He is into everything. I discovered his work when I was

Jose Romussi’s embroidered ballerinas

José Romussi was born in Chile (1979) where he studied landscape architecture. After living in New York for a while he is now living in the city of Berlin. He is into everything. I discovered his work when I was