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hollymixtures:

Machine embroidered hand, made today. I think I’ve found my new favourite way to create things :) x

hollymixtures:

Machine embroidered hand, made today. I think I’ve found my new favourite way to create things :) x

understimulation:

fuckyeahembroidery:

by needanumbrella

An Untitled piece I did using human hair on a vintage handkerchief. 


this rules so much

understimulation:

fuckyeahembroidery:

by needanumbrella

An Untitled piece I did using human hair on a vintage handkerchief. 

this rules so much


thispoetisnotdead:

love undressed.

(Source: tsurubride)

zaimph:

Agnes Richter, a mental patient in Austrian asylum, embroidered her jacket with text. Through the script she transcribed herself into time, space and place. Her writing orients and disorients. Made in 1895, it is a standard issue uniform given to mental patients at the time. Richter has embroidered so intensively that reading impossible in certain areas of the garment. Words appear and disappear into seams and under layers of thread. There is no beginning or end, just spirals of intersecting fragmentary narratives. She is declarative: “I”, “mine”, “my jacket”, “my white stockings…., “I am in the Hubertusburg / ground floor”, “children”, “sister” and “cook”. In the inside she has written “1894 I am / I today woman”. She has also re-embroidered the laundry number printed on her jacket “ 583 Hubertusburg”, almost transforming something institutional and distant into something intimate, obsessive and possessive. It is a compelling piece of hypertext and untamed writing.

zaimph:

Agnes Richter, a mental patient in Austrian asylum, embroidered her jacket with text. Through the script she transcribed herself into time, space and place. Her writing orients and disorients. Made in 1895, it is a standard issue uniform given to mental patients at the time. Richter has embroidered so intensively that reading impossible in certain areas of the garment. Words appear and disappear into seams and under layers of thread. There is no beginning or end, just spirals of intersecting fragmentary narratives. She is declarative: “I”, “mine”, “my jacket”, “my white stockings…., “I am in the Hubertusburg / ground floor”, “children”, “sister” and “cook”. In the inside she has written “1894 I am / I today woman”. She has also re-embroidered the laundry number printed on her jacket “ 583 Hubertusburg”, almost transforming something institutional and distant into something intimate, obsessive and possessive. It is a compelling piece of hypertext and untamed writing.

iseebichan:

embroidery on magnolia leaf, 2011

iseebichan:

embroidery on magnolia leaf, 2011

jelleyfeesh:

probs the best handmade christmas gift ever
thanks maggie!

yep. I made that for ma sis. embroidery for the win!

jelleyfeesh:

probs the best handmade christmas gift ever

thanks maggie!

yep. I made that for ma sis. embroidery for the win!