Vogue Covers Get Hand-stitched Into Art
British Vogue has just been immortalized in yarn. And embroidery thread. Lost at E Minor tipped us off to artist Inge Jacobsen, who created these incredibly detailed high fashion samples by stitching directly onto British Vogue's glossy covers--recreating Natalia Vodianova and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s cleavage with impressive accuracy. Jacobsen says it took her around 40 hours to hand-stitch each cover. Unfortunately Jacobsen's fashion-meets-arts and crafts masterpieces aren't available for purchase until June, as they're part of her final degree show. Click through to see Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in cross stitch. Which cover would you like to see get Jacobsen's hand-stitched treatment?