Ana Teresa Barboza; Barboza uses a combination of embroidery and photography to create sensitive compositions to reveal messages. She embroiders elegant floral designs on carefully selected photographs arranged to convey a relationship between the two subjects. The bare skinned models have carefully stitched arrangements which appear that the models is stitching into there skin or tearing it apart to reveal a complex embroidered design of the anatomy.
Blooming Structures by Sivan Royz | Dezeen
These fungus-like purses are made of layers of laser-cut silk. Created by Israeli textile designer Sivan Royz, the pieces are slotted together with string. The tighter the curves, the darker the edges of the silk. Holes in the fabric line up to create cavities inside, suitable for holding items like a lipstick and mobile phone.