Last year we reviewed the delightful fashion illustrations of German artist Sabine Pieper, since then she started to illustrate the column of Mademoiselle Confession of an Elle girl (UK), on a monthly basis – Congrats!
In exclusivity for Trendland, here is a preview of one of our favorite fashion Illustrator Coco and Anna Sbiera on their joint project of set design & window displays. Cant wait to see of the mix of those two creative minds…
Chicago born graphic designer, Don Oehl developed his illustrations, finding them to be the ultimate way of expressing himself through fashion, movement, shape, and color. Working for cosmetics brands or teen magazines, Don has a simple yet very graphic style.
Discovered via our Submit Site, the sassy fashion illustrations of young Belgian artist Achraf Amiri are awesome. In his very own style, he is mocking the fashion industry with his stunning colorful illustrations. LOVE IT!!
I’m loving a lot the NY based Amy Martino fashion illustrations, with a very unique style, she can still add some great fashion details to her minimalistic silhouette . But the fashion visuals is only a small part of the “Yellow Bird Machine” graphic design portfolio, working with Ikea, Starbuck or MTV, she has plenty […]
Whether its a cover of Vogue or Elle, the album of Sebastian Tellier, the music video of Chromeo or the less known video for Pacific: Hot Lips, French illustrator Stephane Manel has a pretty impressive portfolio with a very distinct style, his bold lines and beautifully colored illustrations,
How lovely are Belinda Chen illustrations, the Berlin based illustrator and visual designer has some great fashion drawings and mixed media collages. Sometimes simple and sometimes more complex, she seems to have developed more than one signature style.
I guess it took us a while to find out about the talened fashion illustrator Caroline Andrieu. Graduated from French school of the Atelier de Sèvres and EPSAA, Caroline is the art director of Condé Nast digital‘s (France) for its Vogue & GQ websites. I’m so in love with all her runway illustrations.
You know that we are fans of beautiful fashion illustrations, our archive is full of amazing artists. This black and white series of illustrations has been drawn by Richard Kilroy to accompany the fall 2010 menswear review for
Couple months ago we reviewed the fabulous work of Greek illustrator Spiros Halaris. He submitted his latest series to us, Called ‘Boys of the Future’. These illustrations come from runway pictures that he re-illustrated into ‘trendbook’ style. Enjoy them all below.
I love, love the Childlike style of Kris Atomic’s illustrations. Kristina is a freelance illustrator, photographer, blogger… Kris Atomic is an alter ego necessitated by a 13 letter long surname that no-one can ever spell. A very unique, simple yet very fashionable style!
Just about to enter her 3rd year of Textile Design for a Fashion degree at Manchester Metropolitan University 21-year-old Abbey Watkins, is busy with school, illustrating and her blog Tobacco and Leather. Not a bad combination of chores if you ask me. Abbey’s goal is to finish up with her school and head to London […]