Perhaps the best way to describe Richard Saja's art is to compare it with graffiti. That is, if you can embroider graffiti!
Richard takes a toile (Toile de Jouy) print, like on the sofa above, and hand embroider its figures into anachronistic and irreverent characters. Clowns, for example, are a common motif:
There are also things that are totally out of place, like this guy in a leather jacket with a giant skull on the back:
Sometimes, he put in the surprising and unusual, like this house on fire: