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.
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 […]
German / Spanish based Silja Goetz works freelance for some of the biggest names in the industry from Nike, Vogue, Cosmo, to The New York Times, amongst others. She illustrates portraits, creates beautiful collages and product integration into her more imaginative personal work.
London-based, Greek illustrator Christina koutsospyrou is known for her contemporary, distinctive and progressive style. Her illustrations have appeared in magazines like Vogue, Elle, Neo2, Tokion amongst others, as well as fashion houses ( Levi’s, La Perla…), TV and record labels…
Other than her work, little is written on the web about the young and talented, Russian illustrator Alena Lavdovskaya. In her portfolio you can see a range of styles all of which are achieved through a very confident hand. She has illustrated for Glamour and Elle as well as for Kate Moss’s collection at Topshop.
The Madrileña artist Carmen Garcia Huerta has two really distinct styles of illustrations and its really interesting to see the difference between her clean airbrush style compare to her rough and artsy style (below), I personally really like both, but I’m sure some of you have a preference. Which one do you prefer?