Aug 07, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
We love these hand-stitched interpretations of Vogue magazine covers. Inge Jacobsen, a talented U.K.-based artist who is about to graduate at Kingston University has been getting a lot of attention on design blogs over the last week or so.
Jacobsen, who is currently studying fine art photography, has been busy creating some unique hand-crafted art pieces by manipulating magazine covers and fashion campaigns. With detailed and beautifully followed form, these hand-stitched artworks can take 40 to 50 hours to make.
Other inspiring artworks in her hand-crafted portfolio include her pornographic stitched studies and her photographic paper weave pieces.
To see more of Inge Jacobsen’s work visit her site, www.ingejacobsen.com.
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