Category: Fashion
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    Aug 2013

    Carbine Illustrations

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    Carbine Illustrations aka Digital Orgasm is an illustrator from Bandung, Indonesia. I can’t find much personal information, though I do know all of these incredible works in various styles are by one person. There are some excellent t-shirt designs to see on the Carbine Illustrations Facebook page, amongst other goodies. Go see…

  2. 19

    Jul 2013

    Fashion Fridays ~ Lena Ker

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    Russian fashion illustrator Lena Ker uses watercolour paint so delicately, yet still manages to bring attention to the finest details in a garment whilst creating eye-catching pieces. Her accessory illustrations are just as inviting as those with people pictured. I also particularly like the way her work looks in print, as editorials; it sits so beautifully next to the text.

  3. 17

    Jul 2013

    Riccardo Guasco

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    There is an embarrassingly good ensemble of work to be enjoyed on Riccardo’s website. This ranges from illustration, paint on canvas, short narratives, clothing and more. I love the way his shapes seem to fold over each other effortlessly to become beautiful pieces of work.

    Riccardo was born in Alexandria in 1975 and now lives in Casale Monferrato in Italy. His influences include Picasso, Munari and Rodari.

  4. 5

    Jul 2013

    Fashion Fridays ~ Ada Buchholc

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    Polish illustrator Ada Buchholc graduated from the Poznań University of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and also studied Illustration at Academy Minerva in The Netherlands. Her power-packed style has attracted many clients including Wprost, Przekrój, Newsweek, Heineken Music, IKS Magazine and Warsaw Uprising Museum.

    In general my favourite inspirations are the 20’s, 90’s, Ed Wood’s movies, Monkey Island games, Samurai Jack and neverending Weltshmerz.

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