Thanks to Jimmy Brunt for reaching out to share this great piece of work:
“It’s a very intricate, hand cut stencil, over-which I spray paint, tea, acrylic, and ink, and then I embroider it. This piece is almost finished, but more thread to add. They take about 6 weeks each.”
Jimmy’s a talented son-of-a-gun – check out his stencil work! I’m glad to see him coming over to the stitched side!
This is a damn cool stitchery and I love it when people mash together various media like this. I look forward to seeing what else he comes up with!
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