Lisbon-based artist and graphic designer, Ana Martins, created these incredible designs under the brand name, Aheneah. She uses traditional needle techniques and transforms them into modern graphics. Her needle work can be seen on walls, fences, fabric and and paper.
You can view more of her designs on her website, Facebook, Behance and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Aheneah (Ana Martins).
Admiring the intricate collages created by England based artist, Helen Ahpornsiri. She studied illustration at the university but was inspired by paper cutting and collage which led her to experiment with fern collage. The images are made by using only pressed flowers, petals, stems and leaves. The pressed pieces are cut and delicately positioned to create the illustrations.
More of her work can be seen on her website, Facebook and Instagram. Prints of these illustrations can be purchased here on her Etsy shop.
Images: Courtesy of Helen Ahpornsiri.
These embroidered jewelry are the works of French fine artist and milliner, Elise Letulle, who believes that detail makes a big difference. You can see that in these micro series designs created in their workshop in Normandy, France.
More of her work can be seen in her website, Facebook and Instagram. Her pieces can be purchase on her Etsy shop, En Avril.
Images: Courtesy of En Avril Bijou.