Loving these floral monogram embroidery created by Moody Green Embroidery. There’s very little information on the maker, Sanita, but we do know that she is from Riga, Latvia. She creates other delicate designs besides the monograms shown above.
You can follow the creator on Facebook and Instagram. Some of her items can be purchased in her Etsy shop, Moody Green.
Images: Courtesy of Moody Green Embroidery.
Victoria Villasana was born in Guidalajara, Mexico, resided in London and is currently living in Mexico. She studied design at ITESO University in Mexico then moved to London to work and train as a florist and fashion stylist. Embroidered black and white photos started as a hobby in 2014. She was inspired by East London street art, began placing the embroidered images in the street and eventually became well-known. In an interview on The Book of Man she says this about what moves her to create:
“Everything moves me – since I was kid I always felt a really strong urge to create. I felt my best when I was making things and I think we all do, I think humans we are naturally makers and creators that’s why we can connect through art easily. I’ve have always been concerned with social issues and art became a good medium for me to express them.”
More of her work can be viewed on her website and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Victoria Villasana.
Mika Hirasa is an embroidery writer and illustrator based in Kobe, Japan. She graduated from Kobe University majoring in business administration. After working at a foreign-affiliated manufacturer, she taught herself dyeing, sewing and drawing with free motion sewing machine embroidery, eventually establishing her artistic career under the artist name, Micao. Her work is widely used in advertising for major companies, books, magazine cover pictures, and collaboration with major sundry makers.
The artist can be followed on her website, Facebook, Behance and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Micao.