Cultural Icons and Historical Figures Through Vibrant Embroideries

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At the point when Victoria Villasana lays a long join on a vintage photo, she’s interfacing the example or geometric shape to a bit of history, culture, or philosophy. The Mexican artist changes discovered black-and-white pictures of cultural icons and historical figures through vibrant embroideries. Encouraged by fastens that frequently break the photo’s edges, the multi-media works of art ooze force, quality, and magnificence.

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Yayoi Kusama

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Chadwick Boseman

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Federica Violi

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Kara Walker

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Nelson Mandela

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Left: Miles Davis. Right: Harriet Tubman

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Ryu Gwansun

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Yayoi Kusama

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