The World's Largest Crochet Sculpture by Shauna Richardson

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 18, 2012
First off, who actually measures and/or knows of these things? Like, who goes around finding out what the world's largest crochet sculpture is? Then again, there aren't that many large format crochet sculptures, let alone people that make them larger than themselves. Enter Shauna Richardson, who has created the world's largest crochet sculpture, Lionheart.

Looking Back: The Fabric Works by Louise Bourgeois

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 17, 2012
In 2010, Hauser & WIrth exhibited over seventy of the late Louise Bourgeois fabric drawings alongside four large-scale sculptures. Made from clothing and other domestic effects accumulated through out Bourgeois' lifetime, the drawings utilize the imminent charactersitics of the weathered materials.

Felt Campfire Toy Playset

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 31, 2012
We found this on the HopeWell Creek shop on Etsy, and we thought it was a clever made to order piece. The Felt Campire Playset with Felt Marshmallows, allowing "you and your child the authentic feel of camping." Just with felt and a lack of bug bites. We like it.

Paper Shoes by Italian Designer Filippo Perin

Juxtapoz // Saturday, January 28, 2012
Even if the subject matter is not your cup of tea, you have to admire a good set of handmade art. Italian designer, Filippo Perin, created this series of Nike paper shoe sculptures, even the ever-so sought after Nike Air Yeezy.

Crocheted Masks by Aldo Lanzini

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 09, 2012
We have been seeing the unique, handmade, what appears to be crocheted masks of artist Aldo Lanzini for quite some time, and finally got around to posting the work this morning. What at first looks like aliens from a very soft planet become psychedelic with each colorful explosion of knitted bizarreness.

Embroidery on Vintage Photos by Maurizio Anzeri

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 29, 2011
We have always loved the way Dr Lakra takes found vintage photography or fashion magazine covers and applies his signature tattoo handstyle over the top. Today, we just saw the work of Italian artist, Maurizio Anzeri, who embroiders elaborate patterns upon found photography, and like Lakra, creates a beautiful combination of vintage and contemporary art style.

Great Idea: Minced Wool Sausages

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 19, 2011
This is probably only cool in picture form, but the idea of the Minced Wool Sausage, with the yarn coming out of the mincer, is quite clever. This image has been around the web most of this year, and Google is failing to give a name to the creation. Anyone know?

Embroidered X-Rays by Matthew Cox

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
This is one of those mornings where we love the Internet. Seriously, how great are these embroidered x-rays by Philadelphia-based Matthew Cox? In a world of the occasional sameness, this is just a great original series. This is Cox' comment on the ever-increasing presence of photography in contemporary art.

Beaded Skulls by Our Exquisite Corpse

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Skulls look a lot less menacing (or human) if you just add some intricate bead formations to them. Our Exquisite Corpse are making these patterned, beaded skulls for purchase, just in time for your Halloween party that coinicides with your Day of the Dead party that coincides with your Burning Man reunion party. We like them.

In Erotica: The Naughty Needle of Laura Harte

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Toronto based artist, illustrator and crafts-person Laura Harte creates adorable little erotic embroideries and scenes of love and lust with her needle and thread... what an innocent way to pass the time...
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