Jamie Nelson has shot the Spring season’s most graphic and vivid prints on model Anastasija Kondratjeva for Fashion Magazine Canada March 2013.
Interview Russia highlighted the Italian label ETRO for a spread in their November 2012 issue. The exquisite styling fused with Nikolay Biryukov raw photography comes together in the form of a chaotic collage that grace the pages of this months issue. More and more magazines are using this form of ‘chaotic collage’ in their editorial [...]
During the pin-up era of the 50′s and 60′s, Pepsi communicated using these beautifully illustrated print ads with slogans such as ‘The Sociables Prefer Pepsi’, ‘Pespi-Cola Refresh without Filling’, ‘The Fine art of Staying Lovely’… I’m sure you will enjoy these prints as much as I do.
Xénia Laffely is a a recent fashion graduate who launched her 2012 men’s collections entitled ‘Bearded Faces’. Her unique use of illustration and design puts her on the cutting edge of the industry. The combination of vivid colors and bold prints bring life to these menswear silhouettes. We are impressed with the presentation of the [...]
You can always count on Swash — the design duo of Sarah Swash and Toshio Yamanaka — to provide charming, whimsical pieces for your wardrobe. After all, the have a penchant for pastels and prints, and draw much inspiration from their whippet Candy (the “inspirational talisman and recurring motif in their designs). With seven [...]
Kickin’ it old school with a super cool modern edge, here is Mother of Pearl‘s AW12 collection. Maia Norman and Amy Powney have worked with artists in the past, as you’ve seen in our previous posts, this time Fred Tomaselli enters the picture with hummingbird and kaleidoscope images alongside stripes wide and thin on silk [...]
Hong Kong designer Kay Kwok shines a new light on menswear this year with his 2012 collection ‘Fake Eternity’. The collection presents a new perspective in Ancient Egyptian Culture. Kwok combined three main concepts in order to inspire the prints for this collection. The relationship of the sphinx and sunlight, chemical reactions of mummies bodies
Tim Biskup may be one of the premiere artists in the lowbrow group, but his work definitely carries a modern, sleek vibe. Marrying 1950s storybook illustration with his own touch of vibrant playful pop, Tim’s website probably best describes his work as
We first introduced you to Suno in their second season ever, back in 2009, and I am not quite sure why it has taken us so long to revisit their collections. Either way I am very happy to see the development of the brand has stayed so true to their initial mission and aesthetic. I [...]
Indianapolis based new Artist/Printmaker Aaron Coleman contacted Trendland yesterday to introduce us to his work. Coleman uses technology to create these complex geometric patterns and textures, printing them using intaglio, silkscreen and lithographic techniques.