French illustrator Antoine Caecke released this lovely little book entitled ‘Jacquards’ . Jacquard is the French name of these complex knits that this hairy dude is wearing below. I really like his pencil illustrations, see more below.
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
The illustrations of Vahram Muratyan make clever comparisons of the cultural differences of Paris versus New York. If you ever been to these two cities, than you will find these original posters illustration completely on point!
Apparently London based illustrator Katarina Voloder has the same obsession over the Balenciaga shoes 2010 collection by Pierre Hardy as us. Her illustration of the Balenciaga’s is a perfect example exploring how different media can collaborate together.
With a very Japanese style, Yukari Terakado illustrations are hip and fresh. Working mostly in acrylics and colored pencils, Yukari uses seductive lines to create intricate patterns and stunning forms. I love how she draws hairs!
Do you remember the amazing pattern collages by Hormazd Narielwalla ? Well if you happen to be in London (oct 15th to nov 15th), you should definitely go by his new exhibition”Hat Parade” at Bernstock Speirs. Narielwalla’s fascination with pattern blocks has
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.