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This purple and pink design makes a sharp contrast to the dark wood of the embroidery-floss bangle ($40).
A bicycle veneer, made of embroidery floss and acrylic paint on maple, adds a whimsical touch to any child's room ($180).
A bamboo and embroidery-floss brooch ($35) puts a new spin on the notion of a statement jewelry piece.
This eight-foot-by-four-foot window installation by the artist was commissioned by the Hermès boutique in Highland Park Village.
The artist also does commissions for nurseries and makes beautiful children's illustrations, like this one (watercolor and ink on archival paper, $25).
By day, Nosheen Iqbal works as a ladies? watch designer at Fossil in Richardson.
By night, she operates in a fiber fantasyland, where horses? manes wave in an imaginary breeze and flowers blossom--all thanks to the colorful thread she weaves through her work.
The artist, who designs under the name Noshii, was born in London but has lived in the area since she moved here as a teenager. She has honed her embroidery work since then and has become increasingly interested in unconventional fiber creations.
One look and you?ll see what sets Noshii?s art apart. Her output is outrageously creative, from vibrant, nearly 3-D wood veneers ($80 to $300) to bamboo brooches ($35). Notable local shops that have sold Noshii?s work include Stella Dallas, Little Bean and Byrd & Bleecker. But it may be commissions like her window installation for the Hermès boutique in Highland Park Village that truly showcase her exceptional talent.
Eighteen months ago, the artist?s daughter was born, and it?s perhaps no coincidence that her personal joy has given birth to other ambitious projects, like commissions for nurseries and children?s rooms, and watercolor illustrations for baby onesies.
Who knew sewing could be this fun?
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