(Pics) Frédérique Morrel At Maison Et Objet
The French textile artist scours flea markets and tag sales for discarded tapestries, and gives them a new chance to live through her wild patchwork animal creations.
French textile artist Frédérique Morrel scours flea markets and tag sales for discarded tapestries, and gives them a new chance to live through her wild patchwork animal creations. Morrel works with fiberglass and polyurethane taxidermy molds. She then painstakingly sews the tapestries into a skin for the molds. Some of the pieces are embellished with real antlers, horns, hoofs, and fur.
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