Inspired by transforming mass produced items into unique and handmade works of art, Inge Jacobsen brilliantly stitches onto the the pages of fashion magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue. The covers, which are entirely stitched, can take her up to 4 months to finish. Honestly impressive. Thanks for the tip, Sonia!
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oh my, this is too good! Talented lady 🙂
This is gorgeous!
wow, these would make for amazing wall tapestries! just incredible
This is absolutely amazing. That lady has so much talent. Thanks for sharing!
Absolutely beautiful specifically the covers! The artists you find to display on this blog are so creative and different, I love it.
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these are beautiful! i would love to have one.
These are so stunning.
Wow, those are truly amazing!!
Wow, I am so inspired, I love these!
wow, that is patience! these are beautiful, what craftsmanship! her eyes must die!!
wow, this is amazing!!
I love that cross stitch is coming back in style in a new fresh modern way, I just started to do my own and added beading: http://www.etsy.com/listing/71996153/beaded-heart-wall-art
WOW or WTF! Could not resist reblogging this! Now, I’m just going to go make something…thanks for this! I needed it today! Could just stay in my jammies and look at blogs in this rain, but now I’ll get creative! xov(kisshugstitch)
woah…! I’m writing an essay on using sewing and knitting in art .. this’ll fit in nicely – thanks for sharing 🙂
Months you say? That Vogue cover would take me years! I’m not exaggerating either, I just stitch so slowly….