In honor of the Queen's Jubilee, British textile artists Steve Plummer and Pat Ashforth have created an interesting work of art featuring a Machin 1st class stamp that has the Queen's head mysteriously appearing out of nowhere when you walk by it.Called "illusion knitting," the piece measures approximately 32 inches high by 27 inches wide and is one in a series of using a special knitting technique.
They’ve done it again! Steve Plummer and Pat Ashforth have created another amazing work of art with illusion knitting. This time their subject was none other than Her Majesty’s postage stamp. They are also responsible for the famous... Read Post
Pat Ashforth and Steve Plummer create knitted tapestries with hidden images in them that only become visible from the correct angle, like this image of the Mona Lisa. In 2009 we suddenly took an interest in illusion knitting. It Read Post
To celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II this year, British artist Rachel Markwick has created a Union Jack stamp collage using stamps of Great Britain issued during the Queen's 60 year reign. The This Is Gloucestershi... Read Post