Lithuanian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė uses cross-stitch embroidery to adorn metallic objects such as plates, spoons, pot lids, lamps, rusty tin cans, pails and shovels, even automobiles. Some of her pieces feature traditional floral motifs while others are much more unusual and playful - the ashtray appears to contain stubbed out ends of cigarettes. The spoon reflects the mouth of the person about to eat from it.
Visit Severija’s website to check out many more examples of her awesome embroidery.
I may have posted about this before, but it’s neat, so here they are again.
Stitched ident for the Wallpaper* Handmade exhibition at the Brioni House in Milan. Love Peter Crawley work.
I almost can’t look at this I love it so
Bday card I painted for my Dad this a.m.
Because he is so into hot pink and glitter?
I feel like a bad ass Tom-boy on the inside but some how left to my own devices everything ends up looking like something Barbie would oust off her plastic mantel in the dream house for being too girlie.
Saint Gabourey, Our Lady of Not Having None of Your Shit.
Once at work, I said, “Emily Haines is my Spirit Animal” my coworker looked at me and said, “What did you just say?” I looked at her and thought, ‘you are so not West County’ and wanted to throw up my hands in a W shape and shout “West County REPRESENT” but I figured I had done enough harm already, so I made out like I didn’t hear her and had not said anything.