Textile Artist Creates Travel Snapshots With Needle and Thread

Every time Teresa Lima travels around the world, she transforms in art her vision of the surrounding panorama with needle and thread. By checking her series Sew Wanderlust, it easy to see that the talented artist decorates by stitching her detailed canvases visioned on places visited by her. This magnificent way of preserving memories lets her enjoy her surroundings.

Lim spends a huge amount of hours in front of sceneries and embroidering allows her to connect with the nature while the scene unfolds. Isn’t it perfect? As a lazy penguin I prefer photos (to remember places) because I can neither stich nor draw. “H/T”: frankiemagazine

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Charles Bridge, Prague.

Charles Bridge, Prague

Charles Bridge, Prague

Amsterdam.

Amsterdam

Amsterdam

On her site Teresa says that her artwork “seek to blur the lines and boundaries between being an illustrator and a textile designer.”

Laufersweiler, Germany.

Laufersweiler, Germany

Laufersweiler, Germany

Tokyo.

Tokyo

Tokyo

Serpentine Falls, Perth.

Serpentine Falls, Perth

Serpentine Falls, Perth

Berlin, Germany

Berlin, Germany

Berlin, Germany

Old Town, Prague.

Old Town, Prague

Old Town, Prague

Toa Payoh, Singapore.

Toa Payoh

Toa Payoh

Big Ben, London.

Big Ben, London

Big Ben, London

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