These Intricate Embroideries Are Absolutely Stunning

Chloe Giordano is an incredible artist. She works as an illustrator for companies such as Penguin and Vintage Books, as well as other private clients. She now lives in Oxford, working on her amazing drawings and embroideries. 

[post_ads]All her beautiful embroideries are free hand, which is absolutely mind blowing. She is entirely self-taught, saying she learned “through a lot of trying things out and messing them up.”  

Take a look at her peaceful and delicate embroideries. 

The little dragonflies are a nice touch. 


Reminds me of my favorite time of year. 


How does she get the colors to fade like that? 


I love foxes, so I like this one the best. 


Look how sweet and innocent he is. 

By Emilie Elizabeth | Diply


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