Portrait is one of the main categories in the illustration world and sometimes it’s hard to find the outstanding ones because everyone is trying to do it in the same way. Daryl Feril, however, has done something different that has made his works stand out.
Continue reading Illustration.Files: The Faces: Portrait Project
If you have not followed my other site à la mode, you may not know I have multiple jobs. Since January 2011, I have been a contributor to Swide by Dolce & Gabbana online magazine. Throughout these 2 years I have been featuring a lot of talented illustrators and for those of you who have not seen my articles before, I would like to use this space to reintroduce some of them to you.
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Gossip Girl is finally over and since I have been a loyal fan of this show for the entire 6 seasons, I know I am going to miss it. The end of this show also reminds me that I have once worked on an interesting project with Lisa Nishimura.
<<Belle Of The Ball>>
Serena worn Marchesa F/W 2011 Collection.
Blair worn Lucian Matis F/W 2011 Collection.
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I think it is very nice to see illustrators work on designer’s portrait because sometimes, their interpretation of the designer can be very cool and unique. Petar Ivanor, for example, is one of them.
Continue reading Illustration.Files: Global Brands
Christmas is around the corner and I am sure a lot of you are thinking about color red. Recently, Mats Gustafson has created a very interesting illustration editorial for Vogue China and I just want to share it with you.
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Since 2010, each year I have been working with a different illustrator for à la mode’s holiday postcard. This year, I have collaborated with Wendy Ding to continue this amazing series.
Wendy Ding for à la mode Christmas 2012, inspired by Dolce & Gabbana F/W 2012
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