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(by Lauren DiCioccio)
Animated Embroidery of a Golden Lab
Before and After.
I like seeing paper plans for projects. It’s like seeing the back—a little reminder of the process that goes into even simple bits of stitching.
(Unicorns and stars from Sublime Stitching.)
on the one hand taxidermy is fucking weird
on the other hand, kudu heads covered in granny squares
Faig Ahmed, Embroidered Space
Faig Ahmed explores composition of a traditional Azerbaijanian carpet by disjointing its structure and placing its elements into open space. With his large-scale piece titled “thread installation”, Faig re-interpreted the traditional carpet materials of his homeland by creating a type of spatial ‘stitching’ with the yarn across the surface of a wall. Speaking about his work Faig says, “I’ve been always fond of investigating and researching every detail of anything that had interested me and sometimes this researches reached inconceivable depths mixing up with my imagination. I’m heretofore harried by a question others have left in childhood – ‘what is inside?. That’s why I’m changing habitual and visually static objects making them spatial, giving them a new depth.and this as if reveals the essence of this object – the object that was mediocre just a minute ago.”
*casually weeps because she cannot hope to make this amazing thing*
…so that’s like
the side panels of the hood could be approximated with knitted garter stitch, but the center/top panel and the bottom part is like… and the long vertical floats…
what is happening there
I want one so I can reverse-engineer it
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