Few days ago, I sent a message to JSK and told him how much I missed his works. Then, this illustration series popped up on my Instagram feed!
If you are looking for an illustration that shows the soft, feminine and elegant vibe of the Simone Rocha S/S 2016 collection, then this piece will definitely be on your list.
Courtesy of Ekaterina Chernysheva
For this S/S 2016 season, I have invited Alexander Grahovsky to work on a small project for Draw A Dot.. As many of you know, Alexander is known for this surreal illustration style so this series is about showcasing his imaginary world.
For the first piece, we have a male model dressed in an outfit from the Gucci S/S 2016 collection. He is meditating in a sunny surreal location and I love the composition a lot. The red outfit creates a nice contrast against the sunny sky and I love the illustration detail on the outfit. In a sense, I feel like the Gucci man is a flower fairy because of the outfit.
Courtesy of Alexander Grahovsky
Leave it to Mahyar Kalantari to wow you with another stunning fashion illustration!
Courtesy of Mahyar Kalantari
It’s always a treat to see Adrian Valencia‘s new illustration and this piece is inspired by the Super Bowl half time show!
Courtesy of Adrian Valencia
I have been keeping an eye on Holly Acland‘s works and this Dior S/S 2016 Haute Couture really catches my eyes.
Courtesy of Holly Acland
Many brands have already released their Pre-Fall collection images, which also means illustrators are hard at work creating some of the looks in illustration form. Here is one created by Shamekh!
Courtesy of Shamekh