Atypical Stitch Turns Reproductive Organs into Textiles
Atypical Stitch, aka Sarah Leonard, makes both female and male reproductive anatomy look positively gorgeous — and sparkly.
Perhaps, except for doctors who work in the fields of obstetrics and gynecology, few people would think a rendering of a uterus and ovaries is beautiful — or appropriate to hang up as art. Atypical Stitch is smashing this common conception by creating the most curious creations that are both decorative and anatomically-correct. Working with mixed media, embroidery, embellishment, and watercolor, Atypical Stitch makes inspiring pieces of art that might just make your grandmother blush.