Inge Jacobsen - Hand-Stitched Magazines

Inge Jacobsen, a student in Fine Art combines hand-made stitching with commercial or mass produced publications to create unique works such as these Vogue Covers.

"I'm currently studying Photography at Kingston University. I did my first year in Fine Art at Kingston before deciding that photography was the direction I wanted to go in. I would still consider myself a fine artist and artist such as John Baldessari have influenced some of my most recent pieces. I like to work over images either by hand or with Photoshop, I use my photography as a base to work on. I also enjoy stitching onto commercial magazines like Harper's Bazaar and Vogue. I like the idea of having something mass produced become unique and handmade. The Harper's Bazaar took just under two months too create, and I plan on starting a Vogue piece in the near future."
- Inge Jacobsen

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