Stitcher Laura Hartrich captures the joy of Bill Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes artwork not with pen and ink, but with needle and thread. She has rendered one of the pair's flights of prehistoric fancy entirely in embroidery.
If you admire the spiral of syphilis or the spidery shape of the T-4 bacteriophage, then these cross-stitched microbes are looking for a spot on your living room wall.
Some people get portrait tattoos, but artist David Catá has a different way to pay tribute to the people who have marked his life—by marking his hand. He embroiders their faces into the palm of his left hand, and then pulls them out in cringe-inducing fashion.