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    Fashion Fridays ~ Lena Ker

    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.

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    Riccardo Guasco

    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.

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    Fashion Fridays ~ Esra Røise

    Esra Røise is a Norwegian illustrator based in Oslo. She is inspired by everyday situations and snapshot photography due to their impulsive nature and bad cropping. You can see this in her work, which are often simply pencils and flashes of colour. They come alive, despite the fact that illustration is inanimate. Her facial expressions are unusual and intriguing and boy, can she draw hair! Clients include Vogue, Wallpaper*, United Airlines and Nike.

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    Fashion Fridays ~ Antonio Rodrigues Jr

    Antonio is a self-taught designer/illustrator from Brazil. He has several skills, including traditional and digital techniques and has a great handle on typography. His photo-manipulations are incredible and at times feel like illustrations. I love the way he manipulates foreshortening perspectives and exaggerates physical elements in his work. See more on his website.

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    Anca Sandu

    Anca Sandu is a Romanian illustrator with several styles and skill sets. Firstly, she has a good eye for typography; you can see lovely experimental work on her website. She is also a keen fashion illustrator, but probably her best strength is children’s book illustration. Her first book was published by Random House and is titled ‘Churchill’s Tale of Tails’.