Varoom Magazine featured my work in their newest issue, out now: Varoom 21, the rules issue!
Varoom 21 is available from good book stores and the AOI shop.
Among 100 contemporary artists some of my work will be presented in a great new publication!
“Painting, collage, photography, illustration and urban art from 100 Berlin artists are brought together in an interactive art book of 250 pages followed by exhibitions and extraordinary art-events all over the world.”
“The book accompanying the BERLIN WHAT? project presents the work of an aspiring generation of artists bound together by one thing: the focal point of Berlin. Painting, collage, photography, illustration and urban art from 100 national and international artists are brought together in over 250 pages, in one premium, large-format book. Using QR-Codes readers will find background information about artists, as well as interviews and (partly unpublished) chapters from the award-winning art-documentary In The Belly Of A Whale by Editude Pictures.
The finnish fashion and art magazine REVS shows a featured story of my illustrations on their website. REVS Magazine is a print publication but they also publish editorials, videos and featured stories of photographers, artists, illustrators and other interesting fashion and art professionals on www.revsmag.com. Have a look at their website, I think it’s a great source of inspiration!
For the Paris based trend office Carlin International I made some beachwear illustrations, which are published in their new Beachwear Spring / Summer 2014 Trendbook.
I’m pleased to let you know that my work will be featured alongside twelve other international fashion illustrators at the London College of Fashion’s new exhibition ‘Go Figure: New Fashion Illustration’.
“Go Figure: New Fashion Illustration is the second in a series of exhibitions, which showcases the brightest young talent across the field of fashion. The series will showcase makers who, though not yet widely known, are some of the most outstanding of their generation – whose work takes its place among the best of contemporary practice, while also defining future directions, agendas and tastes around fashion creation.
This exhibition brings together more than sixty works by thirteen international fashion illustrators who execute work in a variety of media, from the digital to the hand-drawn via the physical. Most of the illustrators bring influences from other disciplines including fashion design, graphic design, photography and film, which provide an insight into a creative field that is truly multi-faceted.
What binds this group together is the level of attention to detail, craftsmanship and execution, demonstrated through traditional and innovative approaches to materials and process. Work on display has been selected from recent years, both from professional and personal portfolios, to give a sense of each illustrator’s personal creative vision. These works depict menswear and womenswear collections almost equally and provide a glimpse both of London’s creative fashion design talent and more established international names.”
Featured illustrators: Richard Kilroy, Artaksiniya, Tara Dougans, Hanna Mueller, Jarno Kettunen, Rosie McGuinness, Zoya Smirnova, Lesley Barnes, Eugenia Alejos, Cristian Grossi, Laura Laine, Ingela Och Vi, Sabine Pieper
Go Figure has been curated by Ligaya Salazar, Curator of Contemporary Programmes at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and Polona Dolžan, independent curator.
Go Figure: New Fashion Illustration
11 May – 14 July 2012
Fashion Space Gallery, London College of Fashion
20 John Princes Street
London W1G 0BJ