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Supermarket Stitch.

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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:

  1. 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! ^^;
    ♥ xixia | thisisxixia.com

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  2. Wow, that is really cool! How creative!

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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  14. 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!

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  15. 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.

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  16. How awesome and charming! I am blown away!!

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