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Zoya Smirnova’s Fashion Illustrations
The London based freelance artist Zoya Smirnova contacted us to introduce her fashion illustrations and I immediately fell in love with her style, her colors and the simple lines she ...

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Go Figure: New Fashion Illustration
With the right illustrator, a fashion drawing can commemorate the subtle nuances of a style, develop the essence of a brand, and capture the spirit and spontaneity of a designer ...

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Berk Senturk’s Oh, Hi!
Oh, Hi! is just about as fresh and likeable as it sounds. A series of illustrations by Berk Senturk, it presents some pretty awkward meetings between superheroes and other famous pop culture icons. Some related and some not so, the pairings include: Edward Scissorhands and Wolverine, Marty McFly and the Terminator (early years), and Freddie […]

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Tara Tucker’s Bestiary
Tara Tucker has created a stunning bestiary of animals crossed with flora or having bizarre relationships with other species. Maybe the fact that she often accompanied her mother to Santa Barbara Natural History Museum, where mum volunteered to learn taxidermy and Tara was assigned to

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Victoria Garcia Surrocodelia Illustrations
The following works are from the illustrated installation of 23 year old Australian artist Victoria Garcia, titled ‘SURROCODELIA’. This artwork was an extremely labor intensive process and involved cover-ing all ...

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Watercolor Oscar Dresses by Camilla Gray
We’ve been fan for a while of the watercolor fashion illustrations of Brazilian artist Camilla Gray. Her latest personal project is a series of watercolor drawings of the 2012 Oscar

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Senghye Yang’s Retro Illustrations
What is closer to us they say, is what we can describe the best, photograph the best and in Senghye Yang’s case, illustrate the best. Having graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2011, interned for Alexander McQueen and won numerous awards, Yang proceeds to observe the nearest environment and create a fictional world around it. […]

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Mel Kadel’s Drawings
Mel Kadel uses the technique called “drawing with an eyelash” on her floral, dropped and striped patterns and the peculiar characters of her images. She works using ancient papers, tiny pens, cotton swabs and glue. Grew up in Pennsylvania suburbs and graduated from Moore College of Art & Design in 1997, moved to

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Tom Ngo’s Architectural Absurdity
Written by Laura Gonzalez “Common sense and conventional practice prohibit the evolution of architecture.” This is the first quote you find reading Tom Ngo’s Master’s thesis: The Dinner Address, A Venture into Architectural Absurdity. And it’s also the starting point of his artistic work, paintings and drawings, which search nothing but different frameworks of thought […]