Supermarket Stitch.

Monday, July 23, 2012

As part of a project she calls "Supermarket Stitch," artist Holly Levell turns ordinary items - mustard cans, Marmite, toothpaste, Toblerone - into quirky masterpieces using needle and thread. 


She's even stitched her receipts. Mind blown.


See more at Holly Levell's website, here. (You can purchase her work, here.) 

Have a happy Monday!

19 comments:

Stefania said...

unbelievable. the receipts!

Xixia said...

Woah! That is such an amazing find - thanks for sharing!
This is so impressive, what she can do with needles and thread. I can barely even sew a button on! ^^;
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Hannah Brandt said...

Wow, that is really cool! How creative!

Chelsea C. said...

Seriously, you have radar for finding the coolest stuff! And that Diet Coke can has to be mine.

rebecca said...

good grief. that's INTENSE.

Kristina @ Sarcire said...

She's like the Olympia Le-Tan of supermarket goods! How cool!

Linda said...

oh my gosh!! ordinary into extraordinary! it makes these everyday items nostalgic... neat!

April said...

These are really cool. I can't believe she stitched receipts like that.

Jenna said...

Wow, the patience! That receipt is out of this world!

ever ours said...

this is all sorts of amazing!

angela said...

Wow that is taking stitching to another level, truly art!

Ladies Holiday said...

very, very cool. creative genius I say.
-Deirdre

Monica L. Shulman said...

you find the coolest and craziest shit ever. love this. so awesome.

Shoko said...

Amazing, right?! I'm such a fan.

Pink Ronnie said...

What? Hand sewn receipt? That made me do a double take! Absolutely amazing.
Ronnie xo

Akiko said...

OMG.. these are amazing and the receipt...! It reminds me of Japanese shokunin (kind of professional people).. Great works! xo akiko
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Lisa said...

These are incredible! People's creativity amazes me again and again - so very cool! I think I need to head over to Stitch now and do some grocery shopping!

Emily said...

I was about to write "People really amaze me with their creativity" and realized the comment above me said the exact same thing. It's so true! Originality is the best.

Joan said...

How awesome and charming! I am blown away!!

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