Tag Archives: embroidery
Maricor and Maricar Manalo are twin sisters and the talented brains behind Maricor/Maricar, a multimedia design studio specialising in hand embroidered illustration and lettering for publishing and advertising. Their needlework is bright, intricate and at times painterly. In short, it’s a marvel to look … Continue reading
The beautifully ornate clothing of Ulyana Sergeenko belong in the pages of a Russian fairytale. From the nipped waists and dramatic proportions of her garments, to the detailed embroidery and Russian cultural insignia and patterning, her collections never cease to offer … Continue reading
When I came across these visualisations for textile designer Anna Duthie‘s graduate collection I was blown away. Anna studied at the Glasgow School of Art where she specialised in embroidery. “My work reflects an appreciation of pattern, surface embellishment, contrasting … Continue reading
Jazmin Berakha is an artist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her work uses detailed and colourful embroidery work which is quite amazing. If you are in New York, be sure to catch her latest solo exhibition called “Vanishing Park” at … Continue reading
“Richard Saja embroiders his motley crew of circus figures on toile, a linen fabric that bears a repeated pattern of bucolic scenes of country life, which was primarily used in decorating designs for bourgeois society in the 18th century. This … Continue reading
Beautifully simple series of embroidery hoops titled ‘Roots’ by the very talented and versatile artist Ana Ventura.
Castle makes some great quirky embroidered pieces. Their bedlinen is beautiful too.
I really like the little embroidered characters on this dream pillow by Ana Botezatu. It kind of makes me want to learn how to embroider and possibly take up a liking for cats and spindly houses on the hill.