all about fruits


all about fruits

This month I invite you to enjoy some artists dealing with textile fruits, who in my opinion deserve attention! I hope you will enjoy these amazing works of art as much as I do!

Make sure to click on each artist name to discover more.

Miyuki Sakai

Miyuki Sakai is a Osaka-born artist. “While in art school in Kyoto, Japan, I was challenged to find an unique way to express myself. Inspiration struck when I saw my mother’s sewing machine at home. I thought it could be a good idea to use it to draw pictures. My mother was a professional dressmaker and I grew up watching her sew. I didn’t know how to sew (still don’t) but I knew how to use a sewing machine.” – says the artist.

“Since then, my interest has been to give still lives a new fresh look. I sketch my design with pen, trace them onto fabric, then start stitching – starting with the lighter colors, then the darker and outlines in the end— using a straight-stitch-only sewing machine.”

Hipota

Artist called Hipota is the creator of these amazing crochet sculptures.

You can admire them on Facebook and Tumbler!

Ariela from Yoola Design

I’m charmed by these crochet wire Pomegranates. You can find out how to make them here!

From my perspective…

Thank you for reading!

Alicja Kozłowska

Alicja Kozlowska, born in Warsaw, creates and lives in Poland. Fascinated with Pop Art from an early age, deals with textile art. She creates 3d embroidered felt sculptures of everyday objects drawing inspiration from the reality that surrounds us, consumerism and everyday objects. She is a member of the S.E.W. association. Her passion is broadly understood textile art and handicraft. Starting from crochet, through embroidery, fashion, accessories and ending with artquilt. Her performances created in public places shows the coherence of art with mass production and consumerism. She draws inspiration from everyday life, trying to popularize Fiber Art and embroidery.

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