I just discovered the charming fashion illustrations of New York based artist Inslee Haynes. Always drawing very stylish ladies in her very own style, all of her watercolor illustrations remind me a lot of street style photography. Haynes’ works as a freelancer and is excited to work on any your fashion projects.
After her huge success on the web with her gorgeous water color illustrations Marion Bolognesi is back at it again, this time it’s in collaboration with Antoine Neufmars (Art & Trend Direction) for this short illustrated beauty trend series for Rouge Magazine (China).
Freelance illustrator from Germany, Tilman Faelker introduced us to his mixed media collages – Drawing free hand before digitizing, his style is a mix of retro and futuristic geometry with a touch of 8 bit video games. A pretty unique style that I am sure you will enjoy as much as me!
A master of color and geometric composition, Andy Gilmore‘s work is often characterized as kaleidoscopic and hypnotic. Though it could just as well be described as visually acoustic, his often complex arrangements reference the scales and melodies in music. Gilmore’s journey toward this
I discovered the work of French graphic designer/illustrator Malika Favre a while ago when she worked on the Wallpaper magazine Sex issue. With her very distinct vector style, Favre’s illustrations leave a strong impression. I love her sexy half women/half animal illustrations. See my favorites below.
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
German/Japanese illustrator Niky Roehreke graduated from the Central Saint Martins before working freelance as an illustrator for magazines, such as Nylon, Jalouse and Tokion amongst others. I really like her colorful mixed-media illustrations, glamorously blending watercolor, pencils, typography and
Baltimore-born artist invites you to leave rules of reality and escape into surreal and strangely beautiful world of her artworks. Elizabeth (Beth) Hoeckel gives her collages digital feel by using colorful vintage magazines and books from 1940s-1970s. She has been contributing her intriguing artwork to international magazines and websites and exhibits her work both locally and nationwide.
I just discovered the amazing retro illustrations of British artist Paul X. Johnson. Inspired by classic 40′s movies and vintage illustrations, his precise lines and muted colors capture the natural expression of emotions very well. His illustrations really make you stop and
The self-taught San Franciscan artist Charmaine Olivia is very talented at painting and drawing these modern tattooed Indian/pirate-Pin-up models. She first started drawing with soy sauce on napkins but has since upgraded to paper and paint and now is an artist drawing these beautiful women.