With illustrations that are literally jumping right off the page, it’s safe to say that this creative collection, put together by California-based artist Lauren DiCioccio, is a tad bit more visually inspiring than your traditional issue of the New York Times. From the political press to front page entertainment, DiCioccio transforms printed newspapers into embroidered works of art. Wrapped in cotton muslin, each issue is carefully embroidered on its face front, leaving a slight reveal of the original text below. What’s left is a interestingly layered dynamic design that creates, for the user, a completely new visually inspiring experience.
Images via: My Modern Met
Written by: Georgette Mosley