There's something so mesmerizing about watching the artistic process unfolding its many creative layers. Enjoy this wonderful look at the work of @ambroidering.
Process: bleached a skull shape onto some cotton, made holes in dolls eyes, stitched those down, rolled up felt, stitched the felt into place, stitched over the felt with a punch needle, added some beads with a beading needle, painted onto the skull, added more beads 💀
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW // Discover the stunning pencil work of @amahi.mori. Visit www.beautifulbizarre.net today [link i nour profile] and learn more about Amahi's visual narrative, use of botanicals and natural elements, and so much more in an interview by @elizah_leigh_art_writer.
"I am paying homage to all living things in my art. The human figures that I draw are pure life forms that co-exist equally with plants and insects. They are meant to be organisms that contain hidden personal information." - Amahi Mori.
NEW BLOG POST // In December, we featured a very special TAKE OVER: art champion, philanthropist, and friend @yashayoungprojects curated an exciting and diverse perspective on technical development and digital spaces in the art field. In case you missed it, visit www.beautifulbizarre.net today [link in our profile] for the full TAKE OVER in an article by @kaalo.101.