It seems sewing and stitching is in Jennifer Jones’ blood. From her very childhood, she showed a special affinity towards needles and threads. It was embroidery that attracted her the most. So, it wasn’t surprising that she honed her needlework skills as she grew up and became an expert at both needlepoint embroidery and tambour […]
The level of skill with which Tatyana weaves the colorful threads to create her incredible embroidered landscapes and other objects is simply mind-blowing. And it’s not only the choice of colorful threads that makes her works so amazing but also the play of light and shadow in some of her works.
Little girls dream of long tresses like Rapunzel’s, but they, of course, never get to realize their dream. However, with Alena Kravchenko things were different. This 34-year-old from Odesa, Ukraine started growing her hair from the age of five and never looked back. Today she’s rightly hailed as ‘Real-life Rapunzel’ by her social media followers.
It’s much less scandalous than lipstick on the collar, since Alexis Fraser, a Toronto, Canada-based artist, believes in putting her painted lips to the canvas instead! She calls her ingenious technique ‘kiss print pointillism’.
“My illustrations are personal snapshots of things I’ve seen” is how this amazing Dutch mixed media artist describes her incredible works of art on her website. She’s Natalie Ciccoricco, who was born and brought up in the Netherlands and is now based in California, USA.
Crochet is a difficult craft, but making micro crochet toys is downright tough as tough can be! So, what NansyOops – she goes by that name – does on such a micro-scale appears an impossible feat. Micro crocheting or knitting small, stuffed yarn creatures is basically a Japanese art called Amigurumi.
Fashion designing has come a long way from sketching designs by hand to utilizing 3D printing for creating them. And the pioneer for the use of this technology in fashion designing is none other than Iris van Herpen. But this is not her only claim to fame, she’s one of the fashions most gifted creators […]
The art of creating paper designs by cutting paper in a specific manner has evolved globally in a major way over several centuries. The sheer beauty of paper cutting and paper sculptures is beyond compare. What Diana Beltran Herrera does, adds to their charm.
Visit Amber Griffiths Instagram page and you’ll be shocked to find embroidery hoops displaying human anatomical parts in all their details. Such is the talent possessed by this embroidery artist from Shropshire, England.
It’s common knowledge that brushes are used to paint on the canvas, but have you ever seen a brush being turned into a canvas to be painted upon? Well, Golsa Golchini does this and more. She also uses dabs of paints and brushstrokes as her canvases!
Miniature sculpting offered by Rosa de Jong depicts a unique amalgamation of natural surroundings and a built-up environment. Most of her miniature creations showcase a variety of tiny buildings and landscapes encapsulated in glass test tubes.