Discovered artist Maurizio Anzeri on Yatzer today. I love his ‘photo sculptures’ – or embroidered vintage photographs. The addition of embroidery to the photographs removes layers to reveal an isolated emotion or specific interpretation by the artist while creating a beautiful intensity.
Positively loving Parisian visual artist Francoise Nielly‘s technicolor oil paintings. The video linked here features an interview with the artist, albeit unfortunately in French, but nevertheless gives an idea of her palette knife technique and scale of the trippy artwork.
Around 6:25 mark, the video switches to an even faster screen shot only fly through. Quite impressive.
Brussels based French textile designer Julie Krakowski draws inspiration from everyday accidents such as cigarrette burns and coffee spills, to the molting and shedding of skin. One collection pulls from the uncontrolled nature of rust, creating an ambiguous play between fashion and trash, change and sublimation. Be sure to check out Krakowski’s website and select images below.