Artist Inge Jacobsen created a series of hand-stitched Vogue magazine covers. It took around 50 hours to create one piece but according to Inge it all depends on the image.
The process involves making holes with a needle to prevent the paper from getting damaged when I start sewing into it. This is all done by eye. Then it’s a case of very carefully cross-stitching the whole thing.
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