The Now Playing series is coming to an end and today, I am presenting you the final illustration created by Saradevi Ng for this mini project.
In here, the girls are at the premiere after party enjoying some good music, drinks and snacks. I like the composition of this piece because it really shows the girls are having a good time and the outfits really suit the occasion. After looking at this illustration, I am so curious to know which movie they actually watched because I want to watch it too!
Here comes part 3 of my collaboration with Saradevi Ng!
Looks like the girls are ready for the main event of the night – the movie! The Marc Jacobs and the Moschino outfits look amazing on them! I also love they are carrying the movie snacks as this gesture suggests the “fashion people don’t eat” theory to be wrong. I hope they enjoy the movie and can’t wait to read their reviews!
Here comes the 2nd piece from my collaboration series with Saradevi Ng!
In here, the girls are on the red carpet and getting their photos taken by the media. Both the Marc Jacobs & Moschino outfits look good on the girls and they complement each other. I like the composition and it has a very fun pop art vibe in this illustration. Overall, this is another great piece for the series!
It’s a new year, which also means it’s time to unveil my latest Draw A Dot. WITH project!
For this mini-series, I have invited Saradevi Ng to create 4 illustrations inspired by 2 S/S 2016 collections – Marc Jacobs & Moschino. Since one collection is inspired by movie theatre and the other one is about road constructions, we have decided to mesh them together and create a red carpet story.
I have been a fan of Saradevi‘s works since she submitted a piece to the Giambattista Valli S/S 2015 open call. Her illustration style has a strong Japanese anime vibe and this is why I think she will be the perfect fit for this project (both collections have a nice pop culture and comical vibe).
This first piece is the introduction of this series. Both girls are about to enter the theatre to attend the premiere of a movie. They are very well dressed and I love the “caution” tape as it makes this premiere extra special!