Matsma ( Carla) on here has shown me some wonderful cross stiching projects and its encouraged me to look out textile work that I used to do a lot of myself, this isn't a cross stich project though, it an embroidery that i bought as a kit, so its pre printed and then only certain areas are stiched, its sooo old, and i recall it took for ever to do!, but its so nice to give the finished work an airing on D,A.
Its quite a well known print, but try as I might I cannot find any reference material to be able to name the Print and Artist....bet someone on here will know it though ( hopefully)
This jackalope inspired mask is now up for sale on Etsy!
More pics of the jackalope inspired mask!
Photography by: Evelina Wallin. Person behind the mask, making of the mask and photoediting: Nymla.
The mask is made of my own papier maché/paper clay, painted with acrylic paints and covered with a protective layer of clear varnish. The ears are made of reused leather and fabric. The antlers are made of wood and decorated with leather, hemp cord and fabric leaves. The mask has leather/fabric straps with buckles in the back, to be able to adjust the fit of the mask. More info and photos via the Etsy-link above.
This would fall under mixed media assemblage. The underlying frame is built from metal beams with a few metal plates to form the base. All the small tech doodads are taken from model kits and painted to match the metal with grime anr rust added for effect. It's also wired with LEDs powered by a small battery pack mounted behind the crest up top. Enjoy!