Anime Warrior Girl cross stitch is a replica of a Marvin Raphael acrylic painting. With his permission we’ve charted it for you to stitch in DMC dark blue, dusty rose and topaz.
She’s a school-girl by day, but at night Marvin Raphael’s Tsubame transforms into a thug fighting feminist. Now you can cross stitch this super-cool diva in her platform boots, flairs, and cute cute hair.
In Monfort’s own words …
“It was over a weekend I dreamed up Tsubame and her troupe of Japanese school-girl warriors, then painted her onto canvas in thick textured oils. Tsubame is the cutest (but deadliest) of the Cyberteam, and unites with a glamorous winged robot to defend and protect Akihabara. Of course she’s capable of saving the world, but I imagine Tsubame as someone willing to defend grassroots causes and feminist issues close to the ground. Even on bad hair days.”
Marvin Raphael Monfort is an artist, writer, and fashion designer from the Western Visayan region of the Philippines. We just love his anime and textile art, as well as his signature use of cosmetics and fashion objects as raw materials. Check out more of his work exclusive to Cross Stitch Patterns Online.