"It warms the cockles of my heart to know the art of snail mail is not dead.." & here I thought I couldn’t love my GG anymore💗👵💗
Don’t talk Fritz.. Hand #embroidery piece for the Comic Ink show opening tonight. Wish I could see ya @jenaichin !! #fritzthecat #russian #tattoo #heisk #cutwork #FUCKCATS (at Locust Moon Comics and Movies)
@vlicious Still rocked shorts and heels to your wedding.. #areyouembarasssedyet Regretting the business slut dress but nonetheless #nomoneydtown
#theflaminglips #tameimpala #justkillinit (at Festival Pier Philadelphia)
Soo excited to get this family heirloom singer treadle machine, but who knew sewing machines could be so racist… ?!haha #sewing #singer
I couldn’t resist..
I am seriously in love with this chick and her awesome work
"I Will Devour You Slowly and Use Your Bones To Pick My Teeth Clean."
Kate Madeira, 2013
This is my Junior Series all done! It is the big project we as SVA illustration major juniors work on all school year long. This year’s theme was “Kings and Queens.” I chose King Haakon VII of Norway.
Technique: etching and aquatint printed on cloth with hand embroidery
King Haakon VII began his reign in 1905 after Norway dissolved its union with Sweden. The Norwegian people were happy with their King and their new independence. When the Nazis threatened to invade in 1940, King Haakon VII refused to cooperate with them so Germany attacked. The power struggle for Norway and the King’s resistance against the Nazis is the focus of my series. Many other countries recognized Norway’s courage and FDR acknowledged this in his speech, “Let him look to Norway.” After years in exile, when the war was finally over, the King was welcomed back to his country with open arms.
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Beautiful work lady!
Jim F. Faure - Jim Skull creates fascinating, intricate sculptures, inspired by his namesake. These elaborate forms are produced using a range of materials; from rope, to papier-maché, tea bags or string. Each become his medium to be appropriated and transformed. He cites his inspiration as the strong cultural heritages of Africa, New Zealand, Asia, and Oceania.