2 weeks ago, I showed you part 1 of the Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2013 illustration project and today the 2nd part is up on Swide. This entry here not only gives you more information about this part of the series, but I also have 2 more images to show you that are not on Swide.
Courtesy of Cristian Grossi
This part is all about abstract arts and Cristian Grossi and Alicia Haberman are the experts of this category. The task for them is to create an abstract image to reflect the mood/vibe of the collection.
Cristian Grossi is inspired by 2 things in this collection. While the image you see on Swide is inspired by the Sicilian Pupo, the art piece you see here is inspired by ceramic. If you have read this Swide article before, you should know both Sicilian Pupo and ceramic are part of the S/S 2013 collection mood board. As usual, I find Grossi’s works to be very dark, whimsical and twisted.
When it comes to Alicia Haberman, sexiness is the best adjective to describe her 2 images. Haberman combines different elements from this collection to create some very interesting, yet beautiful artworks. The shoes, the hot lips and the dresses are some of the detail elements you can find in each image.
Once again, I am very impressed with their interpretation on the Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2013 collections and in 2 weeks, I will have another post on the part 3 of this illustration project. Stay tuend!
Please visit Swide to view the 2nd part of the Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2013 illustration project (if you haven’t done so).
P.S: Here is a little secret for you: each illustrator has actually contributed one more image for this abstract part and I recommend you to visit their websites to discover them! Trust me, it will worth your time.
Courtesy of Alicia Haberman