Street Patterns: Mexican Embroidery - Pattern Observer
Post by Victoria Snape. Images via: (Top row middle) Aida Coronado, (Middle row right) Aida Coronado, (Middle row left) Mexico Hecho a mano, (Bottom row right) Erica Maree, (Bottom row left) Erica Maree
Jess Phoenix Paints Vibrant Blooms From Her Imagination
Jess Phoenix loves color, and she creates electric floral paintings that are adorned with gold and neon paint. Most the bouquets are imagined.
I discovered Rifle Paper Company about a year and a half ago, and they've been a source of inspiration for me ever since. The illustrations are by the lovely and talented Anna Rifle Bond. Below is some wrapping paper by Rifle Paper Company that's available for sale at Paper Source. Illustr
Brown Paper Bag • Illustrative Delight
Aitch's folk-inspired imagery lends itself well to repeat patterns on clothing... like the illustrations for Sandra Mansour's AW 2016 Collection.
Cinco de Mayo.
Oaxacan embroidery by RR Growing up in Mexico I don't remember celebrating Cinco de Mayo. Not once. So when I moved to the States I found it very puzzling that it is the ultimate Gringo-Mexican celebration and, frankly, it used to irritate me (just search for images about it on line and you will find tons of incredibly offensive stereotypes). Even more annoying was that people attribute the date to the Mexican Independence, which is wrong. Why celebrate so excessibly such a random date? That…
Rosie Harbottle on Instagram: “Throwback to this botanical print.🌸🌿🌷”
258 Likes, 14 Comments - Rosie Harbottle (@rosieharbottle) on Instagram: “Throwback to this botanical print.🌸🌿🌷”
Oaxaca pillow 24x24 A - *SOLD*
A small collection I've made of European shams (square) in various sizes using hand embroidered vintage textiles from Oaxaca, Mexico. All have velvet backs with zipper closures, velvet piping details, and machine embroidered framing. The inserts are new high quality poly/ cotton blends with polyester fiberfill. The vintage Mexican textiles are cotton embroidery on rayon and cotton velvet in the style Frida Kahlo made famous, the Tehuantepec bordado a mano.
Otomi Embroidery Hidalgo Mexico
A lovely embroidered cloth from Tenango de Doria in the state of Hidalgo, Mexico. Museo de Arte Popular, Mexico City
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If you love hippy and boho style,You wouldn't miss this super exotic bohemian items. Just put on your sofa or armchair, your living room will seem like a gypsy carriage. The pillow was embroidered with colorful thread, stone beads and shining coins.Lining back side with black cotton. ***Unique and rare*** ****dry clean only*** ****This listing does NOT include the pillow insert, it's cheaper to buy in your local area**** *****Please read my shop policy before purchasing**** Approximate size…