This Artist Creates Mind-Blowing Stretch Marks, Scars, and Body Hair Using Embroidery


Embroidery artist

Stretch marks are a real nightmare for many women who yearn for a magical cure to emerge that will make them disappear forever. However, an artist invited to give them another look.

Sara Shakeel, a Pakistani who used to be a dentist but now devotes herself to digital art, took a series of images of female bodies-including his own-and covered the stretch marks with brilliance, turning them into works of art.

Now, well-talented U.K.-based artist, Sally Hewett comes with beautiful amazing embroidery. Hewett not only focused on stretch marks but also operation scars, body hair and more. She uses many embroideries materials such as padding, foam, and even human hair to create the human body parts as the result it looks realistic and three-dimensional look.

It is not the conventionally beautiful bodies that take my eye,” Hewett says in a statement on her website. “It is bodies which show their history, that has been altered by their experiences, that are decorated with bruises, scars, spots, stretch marks, freckles, pigmentation, veins.

Hewett focused on post-surgical pieces body parts.

My granny (an upholsterer and seamstress of great skill) had her breast removed as a result of cancer and was hugely grateful to the surgeon for saving her life,” Hewett says on her website. “But she was almost equally appreciative of what a beautiful stitching job he had done. She was very proud of her scar

Convolvulus. Lycra, foam, embroidery silk, quilting hoop. #sallyhewett #embroidery #stitch #tattoo #mastectomy #surgery #courage #lifesaver

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