German Fashion illustrator Sabine Pieper lives and works in Berlin. I have not read much about her but her work alone speaks profoundly of her soft vision and passion. She reveals beauty by using sultry colors in her illustration. Sabine’s eye is pure seduction. I am clearly in love with her work! [...]
I Love the bleeding ink and splashes of water color from Stockholm-based illustrator Amelie Hegardt. Definitely a trademark of her gorgeous fashion illustrations. Hegardt is in the same agency as my fav’ fashion illustrator Laura Laine , the Swedish based agency called Darling Management . Unfortunately she does not have a website, but you can […]
At 24 French illustrator Isaac Bonan live and work in Strasbourg. After studying art-graphic, he decided to start working has freelance illustrator. I really like his style and his colorful paintings / drawings – you can tell that[...]
Powerful, striking, sophisticated, Rene Gruau‘s (1909-2004) beautiful illustrations have without a doubt had enormous influence on modern day fashion advertising and photography. Every time I see his illustrations I am completely overcome by the shockingly beautiful lines and spareness of composition. He was a genius!
Another great fashion illustrator coming from Sweden : Myltan ( Hannah Muller ), There is not a lot of info about her (or its in Swedish), but i really like her style. She is inspired by models and friend and like to draw faces expressions with her aquarelle and ink pens
Interesting construction work from Katie Gallagher – This NY based designer created some skin-colored corsets disguised as futuristic exoskeleton rib cages, Super-Spandex waistbands, and elastic straps keeping the fabric impenetrably tight [...]
London based illustrator Izzie Klingles is influenced by fairy tales, traditional folk illustrations, Vanitas paintings, psychedelic poster art, experimental film and surrealism. She developed her distinctive pen and ink style, embracing color, collage and digital media and continues to explore different techniques to evolve her style. She work closely with TopShop and Clavin Klein and has been featured on Fashion publication such as Vogue, Dazed & Confused, Nylon and Elle.
Australian artist Melissa Haslam’s Illustrations combine intricate plant life and figures in often haunting landscapes. Melissa draws influence from vintage illustration, botanical art, Victorian painting, and contemporary fashion photography. Her drawing skills are pretty impressive, I love it… Check out her blog for her latest news and in-process sketches/illustrations…
Danish illustrator Wendy Plovmand have a really eclectic portfolio, from Fashion Illustrations to Collages or set design, she works with great publications such as Nylon, Cosmo, Bust, Time Out or Elle Girl amongst others. Her illustration style is edgy and soft simultaneously – check her portfolio here
Monsieur Qui (Mr Qui) or in English Mister Who is French illustrator / street Artist. His fashion illustrations are beautiful, as you can see in a lot of his drawings, Mr Qui likes to incorporate his hand made typography. He like to say that ” Streets are the best ephemeral galleries to show his fashion’s illustration work; to diffuse glamour in city…
We already reviewed last December, the amazing work of Finnish Fashion Illustrator Laura Laine but she just did an AMAZING editorial for Italian fashion/art magazine Muse – See for yourself ! I just love how she incorporated her beautiful illustrations into those nice Product Shot ! [...]