Felt Faces: Artist Becky Margraf crafts 100 little faces for 100 consecutive days
For the 2016 round of The 100 Day Project, San Francisco-based artist Becky Margraf has decided to hand-sew 100 little felt faces over 100 consecutive days, taking inspiration from anything and everything including tasty sushi and pincushions to popcorn and retro computer games.
Her cute and quirky collection, made from felt, foam and yarn, takes inspiration from food and animals, video games and natural elements. We personally love the cheeseburger felt face or the tribute to Pac-Man. Most of her creations are available to buy via her Etsy shop, too.
It follows on from a successful Felt Beasts challenge last year when she created 100 felt creatures of various themes. That was a little more complicated, as Becky had to work with bespoke shapes and sizes. Her latest Felt Faces is a little more straightforward but presents some difficulty with a smaller canvas.
Every day, she is sharing her inventive creations on Instagram and each one shows the extent of her creativity and imagination. She is down to the last few, so be sure to follow 100 Felt Faces online.