Fashion illustrators sketch models in different poses to emphasize clothing
and accessories. They must be familiar with the latest trends in hair, makeup
and clothing, and usually work closely with
fashion designers or art
digital illustrator of colorful fashion and beauty images.
Born in Boston, MA, raised by aliens, Celia Calle's passion in creativity
was distinct at a very early age. Her inspirations range from the Salvador
Dali's surrealist reality and graphic novel art to classic films as well
as animation. Upon graduation with a BFA and Design Scholarship Awards
for outstanding student in Fashion Design, The NYC-based artist worked on
expanding her portfolio of artwork. Calle was commissioned to illustrate
wall-size posters for Jean-Paul Gaultier showroom, as well as working with
designers Calvin Klein Collection, Tommy Hilfiger and portfolio presentations
for numerous design firms. She then decided to exhibit her work publicly.
was born in London. Originally trained in graphics, after gradation he launched
what has become a highly successful career in Illustration. His natural
ability with the human form, spontaneous approach and economy of line rapidly
led to him making a name with his work in Fashion. Since 1997 David has
become a familiar face back stage and front of house in the most glamourous
and prestigious of the Paris Haute Couture shows. His reports from the collections
have appeared in The Times, The Sunday Times, The Saturday Telegraph, Harpers
Bazaar (Australia) and The Independent.
fashion illustration done in a wide variety of mediums and styles.
Ella Tjader her passion lies in drawing beautiful women and fashion,
but she is happy to take up any challenge and try her hands at something
new. As a general rule, her illustrations are born in her mind. She will
then either draw in Illustrator or sketch on paper. Sometimes she will finish
images in Photoshop. Some of her clients have included Reader's Digest,
Here's Health, Scholastic, Deco Home (Germany), Candis, Spirit & Destiny,
Hart McLeod, Eve BBC and Sunday Times
illustrates editorial, fashion ,commercial or artistic commissions. Natascha
Engelmann works fast, striking and on time. Conceptional care, imaginative
realisation, fast and conscientious delivery are granted to the customary
terms. Natascha Engelmann works independently or in close co-ordination
with you, in continous cooperation as well as for a single order. She is
equally capable for a spontaneous rescue operation under time pressure.
Engelworld illustrates on demand Editorial, commercial or artistic commissions
in all of these the demands on an illustration are the same, the meaning
or message must be comprehensible at a glance. Additionally, the illustration
should be comprehensible on its own and should fit into the aesthetic frame
at the same time. The realisation is going hand in hand with your production
Fiona is a Painter and Illustrator and was born in Auckland, New Zealand
and lives in the beautiful, Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia. Fiona's background
lies in Graphic Art, Design, Illustration and Makeup for Film & Television.
These experiences have given much inspiration combining her passion for
fashion with illustration and painting. This has lead to much work as a
Fashion Illustrator for several leading magazines in Australasia including
commissioned works for: Dolly, She mag (NZ), Elle, Cosmo, Cleo, Girlfriend,
For Me and NW magazine. The love of fashion and of people is reflected in
Fiona's style of paintings and illustrations.
Herman Yap (Heage)
graphic design, illustration, web design and art direction.
(London) she is used to deadlines and equally comfortable working based
on your art direction on specific requirement or independently creating
Julie Johnson : Julie Johnson
is a fashion illustrator who has been published since the 1980s. Her first
commissions were for Bloomingdales in New York. The ads showed up in the
NY Times on a daily basis. Since then she has amassed an international client
list which includes Jean Paul Gaultier, Norma Kamali, Diane Von Furstenberg
and Oprah Winfrey. Her work has appeared on billboards, book covers, posters,
in ads, in magazines and even in instructions sheet for the retail hair
industry. She works both traditionally and digitally. For twenty five
years, she bounced between NYC and San Francisco (3 times each) and is now
settled in the Midwest. E-mail:
Lance Gordon Designs
: Lance Gordan Designs is a full
service design studio to the trade offering design, illustration, pattern
makers, grading and marking, digitizing and plotting, sourcing and manufacturing
agent. He has over 10
years working knowledge in the made-to-measure private label business.
Lance works with a professional
team of master pattern makers, expert seamstresses and tailors who have
over 20 years experience in the garment industry working with design and
technical sketches, 1st patterns through production ready, fit analysis,
sample garments, grading and markers, plotting, overseas sourcing, production
controls and line budgeting Address: 6550
150 AVE N # J209 CLEARWATER, FL 33760 Phone: 727 488 8162 Fax E-mail:
Contact : Lance Gordan
- Pattern Making
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illustrations with a retro fashion feel
Lisa has illustrated her way across the country, living in NYC, Miami, Malibu,
Mill Valley, Denver and New Orleans. She is presently living with her husband
and son, in a small historic village in upstate NY. She is known for getting
the point across with her fun, sophisticated fashion style. Her work has
appeared in numerous publications, on book covers, in commercials, games,
and advertisements. Her national client list includes many familiar names:
The New York Times, Mastercard, American Express, Kimberly Clark, Jergens,
Leap Frog, Borders, V8, Hasbro, Coors, Budweiser, Snapple, Dell, Good Morning
America, TRowe Price, Lucent Technologies, Readers Digest, People Magazine,
Wall Street Journal, Nordstroms, Hewlet Packard, Jeep, Girl Scouts of America,
Orrick, AAA, Avon, and Scholastic.
Pirate fashion illustrator.
Maria studied fashion and costume design at the Accademia Di Costume e di
Moda in Rome. After working as a clothing and footwear designer in Italy
and the US for about 12 years, six years ago Maria decided to become an
illustrator. Her work reflects her versatility and occasional eccentricity
as former designer, combining various materials, textures and painting.
More recently Maria has directed her attention also towards children illustration
and is working on a children book.
Miki Amano fashion illustration, editorial and textile design.
Pinglet Since discovering
her artistic streak in kindergarten ("I used to paint on my classmates"),
pinglet has illustrated for Vogue, Allure, Sony, Orange, Siemens and Rover.
In addition, pinglet has illustrated several books, including 'Sex Tips
For Boys & Girls' and 'Kama Sutra For Life' by Sophia Mortensen (published
by Ryland, Peters & Small) and 'Zouk: The Book'". Her work also
appears on the album 'Everybody Wants To Be No.1' by Norwegian house group,
: design illustrator. graduated from Rhode Island School of Design
with a BFA where she studied illustration. Through the years she has
used her drawing and painting skills to develop a distinctive graphic language
which has been applied to a wide range of products.
fantasy illustrations. Excellent for t-shirt printers etc.
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