This week I found an awesome action shot by Mikad-O, depicting the making of her hand embroidered homage to Lichtenstein. I find these work in progress shots really interesting, like a little portal to how other creatives tackle a piece. You can see the finished article here. What a delight! I’m loving how the block colour is broken up by the stitches. Makes quite the impact don’t you think?
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Kate Blandford is a craft and doodle enthusiast currently working in Bristol. With a penchant for cross stitch and pixels, Kate produces work dabbling in both the handmade and the digital. Her work was once described as ‘shabby chic for Satanists’ due to her love of embroidery, twee skulls and Slayer. You can visit her website here: www.kateblandford.com
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