Where Embroidery Meets Typography

 

Last night I was reading the latest issue of How magazine, the Typography & Interactive Design issue (on newsstands until August 20th), and I came across a story about two designers who combine graphic design with embroidery – so in my wheelhouse!

Maricor and Maricar Manalo, twins, set up their Sydney-based studio in 2010 after a stint at the design and film studio, Mathematics. Their work has appeared most recently in GOOD magazine, Esquire UK and the Land of Nod, a children’s furniture retailer affiliated with Crate & Barrel, who’s blog shows step-by-step how the twins developed the catalog cover.

Land of Nod Winter 2012 catalog cover, by Maricor/Maricar

Some other samples of their work:

Sweater Letter “P”, by Maricor/Maricar

Rolling Stones lyric, Standing in Line with Mr. Jimmy, embroidered by Maricor/Maricar

Sesame Street embroideries for Jim Henson tribute group show, ‘The Lovers, The Dreamers, and Me’ held at Nucleus Gallery (USA)

For more samples of their work, visit their website and their blog.

 

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