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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Vladimir Denshchikov

Save for the faces and hands, the following religious icons are made by tying millions of knots. These mind-blowing portraits are the creations of Ukrainian artist Vladimir Denshchikov using a technique called macrame.


  1. Oh my Lord,
    This man must be an E.T..I am shocked with these creations. and you,my sweet Veronica ,are the kindest person in the world (anyway ,you are to me)to show them .I thank you from the bottom of my heart for coming to my blog and...I feel you like a true friend!
    I love you,

  2. That must of taken a ton of time to create these images!

  3. Those are lovely - and it's fun to say the artists name too :) Anyhoo, stopping in from today’s hop … please come by today of you have time – I have a dilemma and I really need some answers! Oh, and I’d I love a follow via Google + and GFC if you don’t already. Thanks!!

  4. Oh glory, I've had my hayday back in the 70's where I macramed wall hangings, hangin' glass table, plant hangers even a back window cover for my dad's pick~up but this blows me plumb off the hay wagon!!!

    These are so dainty and beautiful. I'm just sittin' here in awe.

    God bless ya and have a terrific day sweeite!!! :o)

  5. These are absolutely amazing--I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like them! The amount of work that had to go into each one just blows me away!

  6. That is not the Macrame I remember my mom doing in the 70' amazing talent and so beautiful! Happy Friday sweetie, hope your week has been wonderful :)

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  8. Wow, this is definitely a inspired by God labor of love and dedication. Very moving, thanks for sharing.

  9. Wonderful art! Divine! Thank you for letting me know.