A phenomenal Man-needle: Indian embroidered pattern on the machine, and they're awesomePictolic
Indian Arun Kumar Bajaj (Arun Kumar Bajaj) boasts a phenomenal skill to create incredible embroidered paintings. I can't believe they are made by conventional sewing machines: the level of detail is such that from a distance they look like hyperrealistic paintings.
Arun Kumar since childhood, good at drawing and dreamed of becoming a famous artist. But when he was 15 years old, the sudden death of his father dashed all plans. The boy had to quit school to go into the family business.
Arun Kumar, like his father, began working as a tailor, but his creativity took over. Instead of brushes and paints, he began to use a needle and thread, creating with a sewing machine these masterpieces. Now, thanks to his unique technique, he gradually becomes known throughout the world.
Many countries have a long tradition of creating tapestries and embroidered pictures, but Arun Kumar was the first person who creates embroidery that level of granularity on a conventional sewing machine.
Arun Kumar continues to do sewing business in the adalat Bazaar in Patiala in Northern India, but also devotes much time to the art. Other unusual work of the artist can be seen on his Facebook page.