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
Decoy magazine is a self-published fanzine by Richard Kilroy, printed on a b&w larger-than-A3 tabloid format. Each issue provides discussion on illustration within the fashion industry and areas of similar interest. Issue 2 is now available, and includes interviews with
Zoe Taylor is a 29-year-old artist/illustrator based in London. After graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2009 Zoe has been commissioned by Luella Bartley for whom she created T-shirt graphics and illustrations to her recent book “Luella’s Guide to English Style”. Zoe’s graphics are
I am gagging over Tara Dougans Menswear F/W 2011 Fashion Week illustrations. Back in October I featured her S/S 2011 illustrations and she has done it again. i really can not thin of one illustrator that is more on point for interpretive fashion illustrations than her. I would love to get my hands on one […]
Illustrator Henry Radford did these great fashion illustrations of the Lanvin’s menswear S/S 2011 collection. He did them from a live model who is trained in ballet and was able to extend and bend his body in ways that fashion illustrators can only dream of. I am really enjoying his loose hand.
Raphael Vicenzi aka Mydeadpony is a self-taught artist from Belgium whose mixed-media illustration and watercolor techniques are influenced by fashion, street art and graffiti. Mixing digital media, painting and sketches and drawing on watercolors, splotches and textures, he creates immensely
We have just been introduced to the beautiful Sri Lankan born fashion designer/illustrator Nadeesha Godamunne. With her very distinct style, Nadeesha focuses on challenging the current ethos of the fashion image by renegotiating dominant conventions, through the reconsideration of line, form and notions of beauty. She produces work that questions where the principles in good […]
After the success of Marion Bolognesi watercolor faces, I’m sure you will enjoy the work of Conrad Roset, a young Spanish illustrator who’s also a teacher at the School of Design in Barcelona (BAU). In this series entitled ‘Cosas Intimas‘, he added some random splash of colors, giving the final touches of those beautiful illustrations.
Swedish illustrator Cecilia Lundgren has developed her very own style after all the time she lived in Spain, Greece and Italy. Now back in Sweden, she works as freelancer for a wide range of international clients. Her works have been recognized with numerous awards. I love the
A couple months ago we reviewed the Russian artist/illustrator Artaksiniya, she just came out with some great new artwork. She is also a talented animator, which you can see in her great short animation of Lanvin art director Albert Elbaz below.