• Badass Embroidery by Ana Teresa Barboza.


    Posted on 4th December, by Dana Tomić Hughes in art, graphics + illustration. 1 Comment

    Ana Teresa Barboza Embroidery Art | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza Embroidery Art | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza Embroidery Art | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza Embroidery Art | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza Embroidery Art | Yellowtrace

     

    Peruvian artist Ana Teresa Barboza is so mother f*@$#!%g badass with embroidery and drawings. No, but seriously, have you ever seen embroidery look this mean? Except for maybe this one time, at band camp…

    There’s something so captivating about these images, don’t you think? They are equal parts delicate, feminine, gruesome and spine-tingling. As you know, it’s so easy to draw me in with a bit of quality paradox action, especially when mixed with this much emotion… Errr, and a wee bit of masochism. Oh no, what does that say about me? Please do not answer that!

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    Ana Teresa Barboza | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza Embroidery Art | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza | Yellowtrace

    Ana Teresa Barboza| Yellowtrace


    [Images courtesy of Ana Teresa Barboza.]

     





  • One Response to “Badass Embroidery by Ana Teresa Barboza.”

    1. Aniuk Sang says:

      Hi!!! You know how can i contact Ana Tereza Barboza? Thanks



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