Rather than do what most of us would haveresign ourselves to fact that this was one moment our Instagram followers would just have to miss out onshe whipped out some thread and embroidered the scene onto a small piece of fabric.
“I had my craft supplies with me so I thought, ‘why not try to sew it as a form of photograph,'” she tells CNN.
“And after that, I realized I really enjoyed this process so I kept doing it.”
“A lot of my works are based on thoughts and study on gender stereotypes and women studies,” she says.
“I started doing embroidery when writing my dissertation on using it to challenge gender norms and issues. I also love the fact that it is extremely therapeutic and there are absolutely no limitations.”