Gap and Visionaire Got a Bunch of Artists to Design T-Shirts That You Can Buy
What’s cooler than a Gap t-shirt? How about a Gap t-shirt that is part of a collaboration with Visionaire and features a design from a ...
FEATURE // GEORGIA BOCCHETTA
Our feature today is Georgia Bocchetta, a print designer, illustrator and pattern lover who is based in London, UK. She creates unique luxury scarves and prints. She finds her inspirations ranging from nature to cultural aspects, wildlife and mark making. She also experiments with illustration, photographic imagery, textures and watercolours to create contemporary prints with a quirky twist, giving her collections a unique style. To learn more about Georgia, select the following links below…
Q&A with Eily O' Connell, Project 51 - ArtsThread
Jewellery designer Eily O'Connell talks to ARTS THREAD about her exciting new role at Project 51.
Alice Fern - To Dye For collection www.muuse.com/#!collections/35-to-dye-for-by-alice-fern blog.muuse.com/launching-alice-fern/alicefern12
Fashion Sketchbook design & development - Japanese design-inspired box project; origami fashion; the fashion design process // Natasha Elliott
Fashion Sketchbook - stylish monochrome fashion illustrations using ink & paint - Peter Do, in the fashion designer's studio
Anna Higgie's Geometrically Edgy Fashion Illustrations!
I thought it was time for a more quirky post! Anna Higgie is a contemporary artist and illustrator based in Bristol who captures beauty through her edgy fashion illustrations. Anna's illustrations contain fragmented sections of the feminine form combined with harsh geometrical lines and repeating graphic patterns to give an overall quirky result.The monochrome colour palette Anna uses is very effective and the contrasts in her illustrations make them rather intriguing. I love the…
Naranjalidad fashion illustration Naranjalidad is an architecture student living in Madrid. She began doing commissioned portraits as a teenager and has now chosen to dedicate herself to this world....
I love this page and it's range of texture. I like the fact no drawing has been used. This shows that you can create a good sketchbook layout if drawing isn't one of your strong points. The overlay of the fabric gives it the finishing touch needed to make it flow as a page.