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.
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
Recent fashion design graduate from Birmingham University, Joseph Turvey, has some interesting moodboards in his portfolio. His work consists of knitwear, leather and digitally printed fabrics. These are inspired from the Grey Gardens documentary.
London based fashion designer and illustrator Julie Verhoeven studied fashion where she began her career assisting John Galliano before working in the fashion industry as a designer, illustrator, creative director and tutor. Julie went on to collaborate with global brands including, Louis Vuitton, Versace, Mulberry and H&M.
Young British graduated fashion illustrator Lakeca has some nice mixed media illustrations in her portfolio. Her work is about inner emotions ~ anger, happiness, sadness…. The ideas behind her final year collection was to create collages using