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.
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