Embroidery art has evolved quite a lot these days and there are so many impressive embroidery artworks around us. Right now, those colorful threads work like paint brush in artist and the designer can create whatever scenes, landscapes, animals and human portrait as they want. And now, 2D flat embroidery isn’t their only pursue and artists start to create more and more 3D embroidery artwork.
Like London-based embroidery artist Laura Baverstock, she particularly strive to push the boundaries of three-dimensional hand embroidery and precious metal goldwork, with a focus on natural themes and realism. From copper bees to gold lions, Baverstock crafts stunningly intricate animals with unique textures.