Jazmin Barakha's Exuberant Embroidered Illustrations

As a child, my mom patiently taught me the craft of needlepoint. I made a small bookmark with a picture of a cat and my name embroidered across the top. Although it’s been a couple of decades since I pulled out the old needle and thread, I’m certainly finding myself inspired after discovering these embroidered art pieces by Argentinian artist Jazmin Berakha. Her whimsical mix of patterns and textures provides plenty of artistic inspiration, and a few new outfit ideas, too!

About Erin

Erin is our resident California girl with a love for everything vintage. She’s the creative force behind Calivintage.com and she’s joined the ModCloth blog team to share her passion for vintage-inspired style, cycling adventures, and silly hats!

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3 Responses to Jazmin Barakha's Exuberant Embroidered Illustrations

  1. Sabina 07/14/2011 at 8:12 pm #

    Really beautiful. Love the detail on the floral shorts.

  2. Roxanne the Dainty Librarian 07/14/2011 at 10:44 pm #

    These are amazing!

  3. Allison Camille 07/15/2011 at 8:45 am #

    These are so beautiful, I can’t imagine the amount of focus it must take to make these. I’m an amateur with needlepoint, as it is only an occasional hobby, but I would never have the patience to make something this intricate. Absolutely stunning.

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