The brief was to create an illustrated lookbook for a designer that we were able to choose. I decided to do the lookbook for Jean-Pierre Braganza’s collection Architectonic as I am very inspired by modern architecture myself and architecture and urbansim plays a big role in my life as an illustrator and artist. I decided to incooperate architecture elements with the illustrations and to use Autocad for the background. I walked through London and searched for places and architectural situations that seemed suitable as a background and fit with the design of the clothes. As I imagined the female, wearing his clothes as strong and independant, working in the city, I chose a place close to Liverpool Street and the other one close to Bank.
An experimentation with Illustrator, transforming simple shapes into psychedelic flowers and stars. Related
Illustrations printed on Georgette Silk. Drawn with pencil, coloured and arranged digitally. Related
Streetstyle Photography during London Fashion Week 2015 on the hunt for stylish jewellery and inspiration. Related
I was asked to illustrate several imaginative scenes to support the short film Twisted, as well as design a new versison of the poster of the movie….
Black ink and pencil. Related