Renilde de Peuter è un artista uncinetto che crea apparentemente semplici prodotti per la casa, come presine, ma utilizza scelte di colore e di interessanti decisioni fotografiche di fare arte di tutto ciò che crea.
About Renilde de Peuter
Renilde di Peuter is a Belgian textile artist and crafter who has a lovely body of crochet work that she sells in various online stores including Sig.. Kitly, KNOTS, Atelier Shop, e Fine Little Day. I first learned about her work from Remodelista, which shared that she is inspired by unique images around her that form the basis of a story upon which she builds her work. Per esempio, she may see an antique photo that inspires her to create a domestic item for the home in crochet. Renilde also does knitting, embroidery and other textile work.
Renilde de Peuter’s Crochet Potholders
What is beautiful about Renilde de Peuter’s crochet work is that she takes utilitarian objects like potholders and elevates them to a new level of art. She does this in part through her smart choices in color and design. One of her main objects of crochet art is the humble potholder:
Other Renilde de Peuter Crochet
The Photography of Renilde de Peuter
What I think really makes Renilde de Peuter’s crochet work outstanding is the way that she chooses to photograph it. She uses mixed media objects and unique backgrounds to set her crochet images apart and those pictures in and of themselves are artistic.
Renilde de Peuter’s Other Art
Renilde de Peuter has a terrific simple style that is translated into other types of craft art as well. Some examples include:
Photo Credits: Most of these photos had multiple sources and I couldn’t identify the original Three of these photos reportedly belong to Alessandra of La Casita blog who did a great interview with Renilde de Peuter.
Altri Crochet Artisti simili
I am reminded of the crochet potholder art of Finnish artist Anu Tuominen
Vanessa Chan is another artist who uses unique photography to elevate her crochet work to an artistic level
The simple style with an antique feeling reminds me of the work done by Wood & Wool Stool