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

Embroidery by Ezgi Pamir

Embroidery by Ezgi Pamir

Embroidery by Ezgi Pamir

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

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Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Ezgi Pamir embroidery

Ezgi Pamir embroidery
Embroidery by Ezgi Pamir

Embroidery by Ezgi Pamir

Embroidery by Ezgi Pamir