Jess de Wahls makes feminist art from your old clothes
I like flowers that are rough around the edges; wild flowers, flowers that are a little otherworldly.
Originally from Berlin, Jess de Wahls is now a bona fide lynch pin of the British textile arts scene. She creates hand-sewn portraits from recycled clothes and colourful embroideries, using figures and flowers to tackle issues from gender inequality to waste culture. -VICE