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.
For their new ‘Minimal-Baroque’ eyewear capsule S/S 2011 collection Prada hired three up and coming illustrators – Marcela Gutierres, Andrea Tarella and Ivo Bisignano, to do their sunglasses lookbook, hand picked by Muiccia Prada herself. I am loving the Guiterres and Tarella work but not a fan at all of Bisignano’s one. Which one is [...]
You might know by now that we love infographics, if you know us personally you know as well that we like drinks, especially beautifully executed cocktails. Well Brazilian graphic artist Fabio Rex illustrated those amazing Cocktail Drinks infographics. Enjoy all of them below
I am totally in love with the illustrations of Dutch artist Raymond Lemstra. Inspired by tribal and primitive masks and totems, and mixed with a little touch of pop and Japanese culture and you get these very unique drawings.
How sumptuous are the fashion illustrations of French artist Anne-Charlotte Menegaux, I like her style a lot and how she beautifully blends her drawings with still life photographs. After the jump you can see her playing card set, specially customized for Chaumet.
More than a year ago we featured the graduating collection and illustrations of the talented Anne Sofie Madsen. She just contacted us to let us know that her website is now up and along with that a whole new body of work. Here I have selected to highlight
Japanese illustrator Hiroshi Tanabe’s distinguished illustrations emulated the clean lines of traditional woodcuts but matured into more refined and layered drawings early in his career. Though constantly evolving, his work maintains a sense of modernity unparalleled in fashion and beauty illustration.
Another young Turkish artist discovered via our Submit page, Dunya Atay does not use any glue, scissors or photoshop! The Istanbul based illustrator uses only ink and markers on various fashion magazines to create her beautiful art.
Austrian illustrator Michael Ostermann has been creating gloomy, dark-minded and anomalous digital art for several years and enjoys experimenting with surrealistic concepts, always striving to improve his work. Every project is different; in both needs and approach, he usually likes to start with