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Flowers Street Cross-Stitch | Raquel Rodrigo

Raquel Rodrigo uses cross-stitch technique which is commonly known as embroidery to create a beautiful floral street art.
At a certain distance, the human eye blends the colors on the retina and the image appears, the portrait directly on the architectural support thanks to the transparency feature of the wire, so that the original surface is embroidered.
Raquel Rodrigo, born in Valencia in 1984 where he studied fine arts and a master scenic design spaces for theater, film and television. He moved to Madrid to continue training as an interior and forms a design studio Ferran J. Navarro dedicated to the design, development and experimentation in the field of space and theatrical costumes.




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