Inge Jacobsen is a London photographer and artist who combines the glamour’s fashion magazines with grandmother’s crochet. His work made with the technique of cross-stitch on glossy magazines such as Vogue and Harpeer’s Bazzar is as glamour as craft and retro, and so any number of a magazine becomes unique pieces.
Inge Jacobsen is a London-based artist who takes found images sourced from women’s high fashion magazines and pornographic online content and alters them through embroidery, cutting, and collaging.Jacobsen transforms mass-consumed images into individual commentaries on fashion, gender and marketing. She has created a series consisting of cross-stitched Vogue magazine covers. Creating all of her objects by hand, the work period for one piece averages approximately 50 hours.