Embroidery

Embroidered Portraits Dazzle with Real Objects Sewn In


Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Embroi­ders, have you ever tried incor­po­rat­ing oth­er objects into your hoop art? Ezgi Pamir does this to a great effect; she uses fab­ric, but­tons, and branch­es that add an unex­pect­ed sculp­tur­al ele­ment to her work. Her pieces are portraits—of styl­ish folks—and there’s always a spe­cial accent to them. The women wear scarves that seem­ing­ly whip in the wind, giant hats that flop in the breeze, and stiff col­lars to pro­vide some com­fort from the rain.

With this empha­sis on fash­ion, is it any sur­prise that Ezgi is a cos­tume design­er? Because she is!

Ezgi Pamir embroidery

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Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Ezgi Pamir embroidery

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Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Ezgi Pamir embroidery

In addition to fashion, Ezgi incorporates branches into embroideries of birds:

Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Ezgi Pamir embroidery