Charles Henry and Elin Petronella are not an ordinary couple. They are partners not only in life but also in unique art!

These French-Swedish textile artists travel together across Europe's most favorite places to visit and create charming embroidery designs inspired by the architecture of European cities. Using their embroidery art, they recreate their memories together - travels, favorite streets, and buildings which they find in different cities.

Both of them have their own role - Elin focuses on the details of buildings and urban elements, and Charles pays attention to the color of stitching. In this way, they create the perfect embroidery patterns!

From canals and close-together homes of Denmark to bohemian streets of Paris and everyone's favorite tourist attractions, they recreate beautiful cityscapes and other scenes that each city has to offer. Famous monuments such as Gaudi's Casa Batlló are covered in vibrant, primary-colored stitches, whereas other places to see are rendered simply with a black thread outline.

So do not waste your time and discover these wonderful embroidery designs!

More info: Instagram

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DonkoTheBronco
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2 years ago

*o* the detail tho

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Anne
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2 years ago

Nyhavn ❤

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João Ferreira
Community Member
2 years ago

Lisbon <3

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Val
Community Member
2 years ago

I love the playful shapes and colors of Gaudí architecture

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ADHORTATOR
Community Member
2 years ago

Biarritz!

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Luisa Vasconcelos
Community Member
2 years ago

WOW , very beautiful.

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Luisa Vasconcelos
Community Member
2 years ago

So much talent. Perfect

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Val
Community Member
2 years ago

This looks like somewhere in Scandinavia

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Wil Vanderheijden
Community Member
2 years ago

NIce pictures of buildings and places. I just don't get why they are all blocked by a hand holding some strange circular thingamajig.

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