Whether they're digging through the dirt or rolling through the grass, you can't help but be charmed by the purity of pups. That's exactly why artist @da_gaemee creates lovable hand embroidery art of dogs being dogs. Each piece captures some of the joy canines find in even the smallest things.
All it takes is a needle and some thread to make something unexpectedly beautiful.
Erin Essiambre of Salt Water Stitches combines the delicate and ornate art of hand embroidery with the whimsical charm of...
While some artists love to express themselves on large-scale canvases, others prefer the meticulous process of creating miniature art. Mexico-based artist Carolina Torres uses a needle and thread to craft tiny landscape embroidery designs that feature a surprising amount of detail. From mountainscapes to meadows, each colorful, hand-stitched scene is displayed inside miniature ornate frames that look like they belong in a doll house.
Belarus-based textile artist Yuliya Krishchik imagines surreal dreamscapes inspired by the wonders of space and nature.
Landscapes comprise myriad colors and textures, and art helps to showcase their innate beauty.
Spanish artist Laura Dalla Vecchia knows that you don't need precious materials to make amazing works of art. In fact, to find what she'll use in her artwork, she simply looks to the ground. Her ongoing series of hand-embroidered birds showcases a variety of different species that are stitched directly onto dried leaves. From orange-beaked toucans to florescent green parrots and ruby-throated hummingbirds, she manages to render each feathered creature with incredible accuracy.
Baseball caps will always be in style.
Cross-stitch is a fun and relaxing craft.
Think of embroidery as a big umbrella. Underneath that umbrella is myriad techniques and types of stitching that each has its own distinct look—all while involving a needle and thread. Cross-stitch is a facet of embroidery that is one of the most popular approaches around. In fact, you’ve probably seen it without even realizing it; a cross-stitch has a pixel-like appearance and resembles a little “x” on fabric.
Artists have long been inspired by the aurora borealis, also known as the Northern Lights.
An ultrasound photo is one of the first keepsakes that someone has after finding out they're pregnant.