Category

Fashion

  1. Aistė Stancikaitė

    Lithuanian-born Aistė Stancikaitė is an illustrator and photographer. Her carefully rendered pencil drawings have featured in Wired, Variety, Stylist, Intern Mag, and Condé Nast Traveler.

  2. Fashion Fridays ~ Jessica Singh

    Jessica Singh is a Berlin-based freelance illustrator originally from Perth, Western Australia. Her fantastical illustrations explore themes of feminine power with characters enclosed in vibrant patterns and plenty of subtle details.

  3. Fashion Fridays ~ Rosie McGuinness

    Rosie McGuinness is a London-based fashion illustrator with a focus on figure. She has worked largely in editorial, catwalk reports, line-ups and look-books for clients including i-D, the V&A museum, Penguin books, Whistles and LCF for Victoria Beckham.

  4. Fashion Fridays ~ Jeanette Getrost

    Jeanette Getrost is a Los Angeles-based fashion illustrator. She has worked with numerous brands including 7 For All Mankind, Coach and Estée Lauder. Her drawings and process videos have amassed a following well over 100k on Instagram. In 2015, Vogue magazine’s Emily Farra titled Getrost as one of ‘fashion’s new It Girls’.

  5. Fashion Fridays ~ Takeshi Ohgushi

    Takeshi Ohgushi is a Japanese artist known for his contemporary brush and ink Bijin-ga (portraits of beautiful women). He has painted for brands throughout the world including Clinique, Emlio Pucci, Kanebo, Lancome, Lanvin, and Shiseido.

  6. Fashion Fridays ~ Hsiao-Ron Cheng

    Hsiao-Ron Cheng is Taiwanese commercial artist. Her work has slowly transitioned from nightmarish scenes full of imagination to laconic portraits and still lifes with a touch of the surreal. Throughout the years, Cheng’s tendency and flair for subdued tones have made her work instantly recognisable.