Work uniforms embroidery ideas are everywhere. It is possible to get inspired to create a logo from anything – but it needs to make sense when it relates to your business. Embroidery as an art from doesn’t necessarily have to make sense – and there are some impressive artists using embroidery to express themselves.
Debbie Smyth is one such artist. Although she could indeed work with embroidered workwear easily, she chooses to use her skills for something else. Her work uses pins that are plotted accurately on a board, and the embroidery is worked between them. In this way, she creates beautiful 3D embroidered images. Inge Jacobson is another artist who also enjoys working with embroidery. She plays with the idea of advertising (as all good embroidered uniforms would do), recreating iconic images in an embroidered form, with a slightly different meaning. This may not be something you would want done on your workwear, but it looks very effective as an artistic piece. Kazuhito Takadoi’s favourite subject matter is nature, but he likes to look at it from a different angle, and uses embroidery to recreate it. He sources materials from nature and stitches over, around, and through them. Lauren DiCioccio prefers to look at the media and how it can be used to subvert and invert people’s thoughts. Embroidery here is used to bring about a sense of nostalgia as well as intrigue and perception. Lynn Skordal was once a lawyer, but when she retired and took up embroidery, she became an artist, creating the most unusual and beautifully haunting pieces.
At PPG Workwear, we see every piece of work uniforms embroidery as art, and we are happy to create it for you. Our website (http://www.ppgworkwear.co.uk/) is full of beautiful colours and styles of clothing. If you have any queries at all, please do contact us on 01465 881188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.