“central saint martins”

  1. Fashion Fridays ~ Clym Evernden

    British illustrator and art director Clym Evernden is known for his fast and loose ink-based style. Award-winning and in high demand, Evernden has created artwork and animations, designed sets and directed marketing campaigns for many leading global fashion and luxury brands.

  2. Fashion Fridays ~ Gary Card

    Gary Card is a set designer and illustrator who lives and works in East London. Best Known for his playful fashion work. His intuitive sensibilities, creative vision, eye for colour and yearning to explore has made him one London’s most sought after talents.

  3. Fashion Fridays ~ Gladys Perint Palmer

    Gladys Perint Palmer is an esteemed illustrator, journalist, and educator. She studied at two of the finest fashion schools in the world, Central Saint Martins, and at the Parsons School of Design. She is currently the Executive Vice President of Artistic Development at San Francisco’s Academy of Art.

  4. Fashion Fridays ~ Amelie Hegardt

    Amelie Hegardt is an artist, illustrator, and associate lecturer. Originally from Stockholm, Sweden she now lives and works in London, England. Her work has been shown across the world in books and on buildings.

  5. Yukai Du

    Yukai Du is an illustrator and animator from Guangzhou, China. She completed a Degree in Design and Visual Communications at the eminent London art school, Central Saint Martins. She also stayed an extra year to complete a Master’s Degree in Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects. Graduating last year, Du picked up a couple of prestigious student awards, including the coveted D&AD New Blood Wood Pencil for her Digitized Me entry.

  6. Fashion Fridays ~ Bobby Hillson

    London-based fashion illustrator, Bobby Hillson has had an interestingly vast career. She started her illustration career working for publications such as Vogue and The Sunday Times, and designers like Coco Chanel. In 1969 she founded her own children’s wear, which subsequently earned her nomination for The Times newspaper’s designer of the year.