Internationally known Swiss fashion illustrator François Berthoud works for Condé Nast Italy in Milan. Berthoud cultivates a memorable and expressive style that can be sorted between Pop Art and German Expressionism. A highly
Artist Andrea Mary Marshall send us her portfolio this morning and I really liked these illustrations she did for COACD’s Douglas Perret’s best of 201o, where Marshall has illustrated the faces of his favorite models of the year. It is strange how the effortless feel of the illustrations exude this Hollywood glamour.
Last year we reviewed the gorgeous illustrations of Paris-based, Slovakian artist Caroline Andrieu, since then she updated her portfolio with even more gorgeous drawings. She continues to work with pen & ink to create this illustrative perfection. Love her style so much that I would definitely place her in my top 5 fav’ fashion illustrators!
Famous fashion illustrator George Stavrinos (1948–1990) created artwork that was characterized by its strong draftsmanship, and as a fashion artist, he created an arresting new look that set the pace for his contemporaries and still continues to be an influence. Known for his advertising for Bergdorf Goodman and
The 26-year-old Australian fashion illustrator Shelsey Birch likes to illustrate ‘the tension and flow between a woman’s warm, mysterious, genteel, and childlike femininity juxtaposed against the masculine characteristics of geometry, boldness, danger, aggression, heroism and mechanics’.
Australian Illustrator Elisa Mazzone sent us her latest illustrations series, exploring the female form through careful choices in color, shape, flowing line and embellishment. Elisa’s ‘ladies’, as they are affectionately known, are the cornerstone of artistic leanings that may or
Antonio Lopez is the Picasso of fashion illustration. Mostly known as just plain ‘Antonio’, he was a giant in the field of fashion illustration. He captured the pulse of style from the 60s to the 80s, and is still revered as the most inspiring illustrator by today’s practitioners. He worked with a variety of materials [...]
Argentian designer Aitor Throup is fascinated with anatomy, and his main interest is drawing. I have selected a few of his fashion illustrations from his site to showcase his tremendous talent and unique sensibility. He has a self titled label in which you can really sense his avant garde aesthetic,
French illustrator Aurore de La Morinerie is working for many prestigious fashion houses like Hermès and Issey Miyake, using mostly watercolor, ink and wash painting, her style is simple yet sophisticated, I love every single of her drawings.
I just discovered the amazing fashion illustrations of Swedish Lovisa Burfitt. She has been working as an illustrator since she graduated from the Beckmans School of Fashion in 1997. Working with the likes of H&M, Procter&Gamble, Absolut Vodka, Bloomingdales and Kenzo amongst others. Lovisa is also a talented fashion designer with