fbpx

Edgy Embroidery

November 10, 2011

Embroidery is rarely described as ‘edgy’ but in Jamie Chalmers’ new book Push Stitchery: 30 Artists Explore the Boundaries of Stitched Art, published by Lark Books, its application on quirky and sometimes controversial artworks is highlighted. Here are several examples of the work featured.

Embroidery is rarely described as ‘edgy’ but in Jamie Chalmers’ new book Push Stitchery: 30 Artists Explore the Boundaries of Stitched Art, published by Lark Books, its application on quirky and sometimes controversial artworks is highlighted. Here are several examples of the work featured.

Adventure of 3 children and an evil nanny, Aya Kakeda

Freshly Butchered Meat, Emily Eibel

Sophie, Cayce Zavaglia

Sweet Gun, Marloes Duyker

Way of Roses, Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene

Words by

Related Articles

COVER celebrates World Book Day!

It was a desire to mix east and west in the designs for her own home that set Nathalie Farman-Farma on the path to founding Décors Barbares. In COVER 61, Hongmiao Shi welcomes a new book celebrating the studio and its creator

Related Articles

The Rug Bomb

The Rug Bomb

Jan Kath’s current Rug Bombs exhibition at the Alte Brüderkirche church in Kassel takes art rugs to a new level. Lucy Upward talks to the German creative about the collection

read more

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This