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Caroline Andrieu Not Only Fashion Illustrator

Caroline Andrieu is a daughter of French print maker and a Slovakian librarian. She has always been passionate about the print object and was drawn into two cultures. During her studies, her imagination was stimulated by Ingres's classic drawings, surrealism, contemporary art or graphic novels. She gets inspiration from many major sources including contemporary photography or independent movies. After her graduation in Graphic Design from the Ateliers de Sèvres (Paris) and EPSAA, Caroline Andrieu has been the art director of Condé Nast Digital France, for Vogue and GQ websites during...

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illustration by Malika Favre

Malika Favre is a French artist currently living and working in London. Her bold and minimalistic style is often described as Pop Art meets OpArt. Her work is a striking lesson in the use of positive/negative space and colour. Malika's unmistakable style has established her as one of the UK’s most sought after graphic artists. Malika’s clients include The New Yorker, Vogue, BAFTA, Sephora and Penguin Books, amongst many others.   via malikafavre.com...

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Fashion Illustrations by Antonio Soares

Antonio Soares is an Portuguese illustrator that specializes in hand-drawn watercolour illustrations. His series is always based on the trends, colours and patterns of the season. Soares is carefully composing each subject by setting vibrant detail against minimal background. It was never his intention to become a fashion illustrator. Antonio has degree in painting but he always liked drawing. Illustrations were for him an area to which he has devoted for pure pleasure, maybe that is the reason why his work is so brilliant. In the beginning of his affair...

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Cate Parr – Watercolor Fashion Illustrations

For those, who are interested in visual art, ist clear that the watercolors are usually one of the most difficult forms. This fact has not discouraged born in UK artist, to create ethereal and dreamy art work. Delicate and almost blur works by Cate Parr, doesn't have innocent character. Darker tones coming from the background forces the viewer to take a closer look on the details. In today's world of thousand frames  taken in a second it's really hard  to create something that can keep our attention for a little...