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3D Embroidery Art of Insects by Claire Moynihan
7 years ago

Splendid 3D Embroidery Art of Insects by Claire Moynihan

3D Embroidery Art of Insects by Claire Moynihan

British seamstress Claire Moynihan lives in the countryside of Hertfordshire, in England. By using her hands, she creates original and highly unusual sculptures of insects and snails from felt. Besides the basics of felt, Claire Moynihan uses a three-dimensional embroidery technique inspired by stumpwork embroidery. Claire Moynihan received an English education from the Academy of Arts. Five years ago, she became the owner of the diploma Bachelor of Applied Arts. If we look at these felt insects, they are incredibly similar to the real insects. Take a look and be happy 🙂

Incredible Insects Art

Claire Moynihan Art

3D Embroidery Art of Insects by Claire Moynihan

Felt insects by Claire Moynihan

Incredible Insects Art

Claire Moynihan Art

3D Embroidery Art of Insects by Claire Moynihan

Felt insects by Claire Moynihan

Incredible Insects Art

Claire Moynihan Art

3D Embroidery Art of Insects by Claire Moynihan

Felt insects by Claire Moynihan

Incredible Insects Art

Claire Moynihan Art

3D Embroidery Art of Insects by Claire Moynihan

Felt insects by Claire Moynihan

Incredible Insects Art

Claire Moynihan Art

3D Embroidery Art of Insects by Claire Moynihan

Felt insects by Claire Moynihan

Incredible Insects Art

Claire Moynihan Art

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