Embroidery thought as a tattoo.
After a childhood spent in the United States, being a teenager in Lyon, shortened higher education, and a growing passion for tattoos, I decided to jump into a project combining textile and tattoos.
I wanted the thread to replace the ink, the textile to become the skin and the needle to follow the hand movement just as the tattooist would sting the drawing line.
I first started by embroidering in my mother’s bedroom, then gradually in my first Parisian shop, until I handed over the atelier to Adeline, my production manager, in 2019.
Two years later, six employees are embroidering on twenty different machines in our forth 500m2 Atelier. Thanks to this atelier, we are completely free to create any designs and pieces whenever we want.
Clothes, goods, accessories, everything is a pretext for art expression. From sassy periphrases to line drawings, I enjoy embroidering the world around me.