Parisian artist Benoit Jammes recently created some brilliant new embroidery work which pays homage to his grandmother and is a modern twist on the textiles of the old days.
Vr0n is an embroidery artist based in Philadelphia who creates incredible embroidery work based on graffiti pieces that have been painted in the streets. Though we can find little information about the artist, her Instagram page has a solid amount of work paying tribute to the likes of Nekst, Pear and JA.
At first glance, many believe that Ian Berry’s work is blue toned photographs or indigo coloured oil paintings. This is not only when viewed online or in print, when much of the depth and detail is lost, but even up close. Even at touching distance, many viewers don’t realise that they are looking at many layers, and shades, of denim jeans.
To see them up close, you become aware of the depth and texture and see how each small piece of denim has been considered and crafted out of jeans with washes, and fades, which help create that painterly tone.
This is no gimmick. To create a shiny metallic surface or a polished bar top out of denim, it is staggering to see. He creates melancholic urban scenes, often depicting a lonely or less glamorous side of city living. He says denim is now such an urban fabric, after having such rural origins. What better way to capture everyday urban life.
New collection of 10 op-geo jacquard loom woven throw blankets designed by Matt W. Moore for home furnishings brand Core Deco. Timeless geometries inspired by textiles from around the world with modern Vectorfunk styling. Cozy on the couch, catching sun at the beach, or worn as a shawl, these throws are designed to catch attention and proudly crafted to last in USA.