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Cats Peek Out from Shirt Pockets in Hiroko Kubota’s Intelligent Embroideries

Cats Peek Out from Shirt Pockets in Hiroko Kubota’s Intelligent Embroideries

Cats Peek Out from Shirt Pockets in Hiroko Kubota’s Clever Embroideries



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#cats
#clothes
#embroidery
#pets

March 1, 2022

Grace Ebert

All pictures © Hiroko Kubota, shared with permission

Cats are identified to wedge themselves into tiny spots and usually deal with individuals as human jungle gyms, and artist Hiroko Kubota (beforehand) interprets that lack of spatial consciousness into her tiny embroideries. Stitched onto collared shirts, the Nara-based artist’s portraits are cleverly positioned to depict furry faces peering over the sting of a pocket and typically, trying to climb out from their garment confines. Since she began the designs a couple of decade in the past, Kubota has embroidered a whole bunch of characters, every with their distinct personalities and mischievous expressions.

This spring, Kubota is taking part in an Osaka cat occasion with photographers and different handcraft artists and is planning a solo exhibition this fall. She’s paused worldwide commissions for now, however you possibly can keep up to date on her work on Instagram.

 

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#cats
#clothes
#embroidery
#pets

 

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