These incredible lace art with wood are the works of Hungarian textile artist, Ágnes Herczeg, who captures female figures in moments of contemplation or work. The artist studied textile conservation at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts and has extensively studied the craft of embroidery and lace-making. Currently she is focused on wall sculptures to be utilized in classical and modern interior design.
You can view her work and purchase a few of her designs here on her website.
Images: Courtesy of Ágnes Herczeg.
Found these embroidered linen tote bags from Japanese handmade market site, Minne. The name of the maker is unavailable but her profile says the she has had an apparel practice for 15 years and has since decided to make her own favorite things. Her embroidered accessories are sold under the brand name, Sachie. You can see more of her work on Minne as well as on Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Sachie.
Relishing these patterns and stationery cards created by Roong Suchinunkul. The artist is originally from Bangkok, Thailand but currently resides in Hong Kong. She is a stamp and watercolor artist as well as a children and adult art instructor. Her rubber eraser stamps are hand carved, inked, and aesthetically engineered on paper and/or fabric. You can view more of her work on Facebook and on Instagram under the trade name, Bymamalaterre.
Images: Courtesy of Roong Suchinunkul.