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Dark and Delicate Hand Embroidered Piece by Adipocere

Adipocere is an Australian artist who creates hand embroidery illustrations almost exclusively on natural linen. He developed an interest in embroidery as art in 2014 after he cross-stitched an homage to the film Alien. From there he has created his own visuals inspired by a fascination with the macabre, combining themes of innocence with an unsettling and sinister melancholy, referring to many of his works as “emotional self-portraiture”. For more check out his Facebook.

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