Metal Objects Cross-Stitched With Ornate Embroidery

Lithuanian artist Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene has put a unique twist on embroidery by using metal objects as her medium. Items such as spoons, shovels, buckets, plates, rusty tin cans and even cars are ornately cross-stitched with traditional and often humorous patterns, emphasizing the contrast between the density of metal and the tenuity of the embroidery.

Embroidered Bucket

Tin Can as Ashtray

Embroidered Fruit on Metal Plate

Embroidered Spoon

Embroidered Water Cans

images via Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene, Colossal

via Colossal

Written by Lori Dorn

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