I am the kind of person who is constantly seeking for inspiration. Sometimes it comes in the form of a person surpassing grand obstacles, sometimes is someone doing an unbelievable job to help Mother Earth and sometimes its a piece of art that touches me (I'm talking art in the widest range possible, including music, book, ceramic, embroidery, etc).
I recently saw a video on theClube do BordadoYoutube channel, where the girls listed 3 embroidery artiststhat resonate with their style. Renata, made it clear, is not only aboutwhom you admirebut also whoinspiresyou.
I just loved their idea! I had a lot of fun narrowing down my top 3 artists and I think is a nice way to share the work of these talented people, plus you get to learn a bit more about myself and my style preference.
Last week I introduced a new section of blog posts, the Inspirational edit. If you haven’t already seen it, click here to read it. To kick off this project, I would like to start with one of the most inspiring videos I saw in my whole life, I cried like a child (which I must confess is not a big deal for me) and sent it to almost everyone I know.