Oct 10, 2011

CMYK Embroidery

CMYK is the four-color subtractive offset printing process, with the letters refering to the colors used - Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key (black). Open up most home inkjet printers, and you'll see it in action.

Artist Evelin Kasikov recreates the process with embroidery thread, using color halftoning to amazing effect.

   "Using this hand-crafted printing method, Evelin has created incredible op-art piecestypographic 'prints', and an entire sans-serif alphabet."

See more on My Adventure is Your Advantage and at evelinkasikov.com/


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machinesembroidery on Sep 26, 2017:

Thank you for a great explanation. I was looking online for a similar idea and really appreciate it

Kristen on Oct 11, 2011:

If I were to try some embrodery I would try something like this. I like how artsy this looks. Wheres my 3D glasses ;-)