One photograph’s flaw, is another woman’s treasure. At least, that’s the case for artist Diane Meyer who brings photography and embroidery together. Meyer is offering the photography lovers a new experience since she’s cross-stitching over the flawed spots of -mostly- historical interest’s places’ captures; as happens in her project “Time spent that otherwise be forgotten”. The newly transformed image bears a handmade pixelated effect, stitched together with creative intentions while Meyer shows us that photography is not only about two or three dimensions anymore, but about texture as well.
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