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Arno

Before entering the world of illustration, Arno has been lucky enough to revisit his youth working for the "heroes" of his childhood whilst travelling a bit. After receiving his diploma from ENSAD (Paris) and his master of Arts at CalArts (LA), Arn0 has worked on X-Men and The Hulk for Marvel Comics (NY), then Star Wars at LucasArts (SF), finally ending up with The Muppets, Sesame Street and special effects at the Jim Henson Creature Shop (London) Now Arn0 thinks it's time to revisit his teens: music, fashion and the elusive search for the perfect sun tan. Arn0's past, and current clients are, amongst others, Nokia, Coca-Cola, O2, MTV, Sony, Hed Kandi, Penguin books, PSP3, Berlin Philarmonic, Royal Court Theatre, Vibe, FHM, Maxim, Mojo, Mens Health, Red Bulletin and The Sunday Times.

Collignon, Veronica

“I see life in colour,” declares fashion illustrator Veronica Collignon, and looking at her portfolio full of light, colourful imagery, it’s hard to argue. But she takes her obsession with colour even further in her everyday life. For instance, she has a collection of nail polish bottles that she’s never used. “I always end up buying them because I am drawn by the colours! I even remember names and numbers by a form of colour-coding in my mind,” she says.

That quirky sense of fun carries over into her artwork, but it’s underlined by great talent, professionalism and a fantastic technique. Growing up in Mexico, from a young age she was inspired by drawing and creativity, and her favourite illustrators include David Downton, Garance Doré and Izak Zenou. She worked alongside the latter for two years.

She later moved from her home city of Guadalajara to Paris, and then to Madrid, to study. Eventually, she ended up in New York where she now has a range of clients in fashion, retail, advertising, cosmetics and more.

New York’s cosmopolitan mix is the perfect thing to inspire her. She loves to people watch, and enjoys exploring other cultures, with Moroccan and Japanese at the top of her list at the moment.

Veronica studied on the Fashion Studies programme at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Madrid, and later gained certificates in Fashion and Fine Art from Parsons The New School.

Projects begin with Veronica learning about her client and the audience they want to reach. Research is key, before she plays with different looks and ideas, and then settles on the best composition. After the sketching comes her favourite part – adding the colour.

Whimsical, colourful and fun are words commonly used to describe Veronica’s style. Her work has the feel of classic fashion illustration about it, with striking graphical forms, a gestural style, and lovely brushwork and inking.

Annabelle Metayer

Annabelle Metayer is a Montreal based Fashion & Lifestyle Illustrator. Her passion for fashion and all things feminine combined with a previous career as a graphic designer contribute to her style and choice of topics. Annabelle has worked for a variety of publishing clients. She specializes in book covers and characters for packaging.

Van Den Hoek, Judith

Judith van den Hoek absolutely loves watching documentaries about Karl Lagerfeld, Valentino and Isabel Marant. They’re a great source of inspiration for this fashion illustrator who uses simple yet expressive line work to capture each garment or collection she draws.

Based in Gouda, in the Netherlands, Judith is also inspired by magazines, blogs and books. She does editorial commissions as well as working for fashion labels, and private collectors. Beyond her passion for drawing, she loves the outdoors and cycling, and says that if she weren’t an illustrator she’d probably like to work in a zoo.

Judith studied at the Grafisch Lyceum in Rotterdam, and then chose to specialise in fashion illustration. So she took a one-year course on this subject in Amsterdam before becoming a fulltime illustrator.

Photoshop is core to Judith’s approach and she uses it for every image she creates. Sometimes she’ll do some sketching by hand at the beginning of a project, but she feels that Photoshop really unleashes her ability to give the illustrations a fresh and clean look.

Minimalism and simplicity are what make Judith van den Hoek’s fashion illustrations stand out. One or two simple yet perfectly drawn lines help her to convey beauty, sensuality and creativity in a very direct way. From there she adds just the right amount of colour and detail to make the image feel fresh and exciting, bringing to it a personal touch.

Marche, Catherine

Stylish, elegant, sophisticated and feminine illustrations for fashion, beauty, lifestyle, teen, apparel, contemporary, people, women and girls or relationships for editorial, advertising and greeting cards. The style is classy, loose and whimsical. Versatile, I create figurative images for advertising, food, fashion and trade shows, magazines, music, packaging and publishing. Also children's illustrations and celebrity portraits in painterly style. traditionnal Pen and ink, acryclics, mixed media digitally enhanced. sexy modern stylish classy figures clients include: Haymarket, she she magazine, Transmission magazine, l'Oreal, TV5, Asif Kisson, Naked Punch magazine, BBC, Pyramid, KCC, the hiss quarterly...

Douglass, Ali

For over 17 years Ali has illustrated magazines, newspapers, greeting cards, advertising, and more than 30 books. She has served as the Vice President of the San Francisco Society of Illustrators and her work has been recognized by American Illustration, Step Inside Design, and the L.A. Society of Illustrators. Ali is pleased to be represented by Shannon Associates. Shannon Associates Phone (212) 333-2551 information@shannonassociates.com Her illustrations have been featured in advertising, books, magazines, and newspapers, as well as on greeting cards and apparel. Her work has been recognized by American Illustration, Step Inside Design, and the L.A. Society of Illustrators.

Patrick Freeman

The online portfolio of illustrator Patrick Freeman. Clients include PUMA, Britney Spears, Neiman Marcus, Elle Girl Korea, Conde Nast

Simmons, Suzanne

Suzanne Simmons graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. An illustrator with a passion for variety, she works with fashion art, including cosmetics, hair care and clothing for men, women and children. Storyboards, comps and animatics are also part of her repertoire. She has designed packaging and also enjoys working with type. Recently, Suzannd has been working in watercolor in a variety of subjects including portraits.

Matus, Anoushka

Simple ink and watercolour illustrations. Website is updated daily with stories on gossip, fashion and everyday life.

Marie-Chantale Turgeon

Commercial portfolio and artwork of Marie-Chantale Turgeon, art director, designer and illustrator. Her illustration style ranges from naive, fashion to whimsical - for editorial, advertising, gift and publishing markets. Her work was seen in: Skirt! Magazine (USA), Figurati magazine (Brasil), the Huffingtonpost, Elle Canada, Spin Magazine, Ish Magazine (Asia), Cre@te Online (UK), Design Monthly (Hong Kong), Cybershop (DE), Futurist Guide to the web (Hong Kong), Communication Art Online, 1000 Artist Journal Pages and the Fox 2004 day planner.

Saitoh Botsford Minako

Figurative drawing, fashion portraits, female beauty drawings, Japan chic, pin-up girls, barbie doll style, digital air brush.

Cardelli, Maria

fashion, beauty, interiors, fine art, paintings, photomontage, clothing, contemporary, people, women, men, relationships, patterns, decorative, editorial, covers, advertising, woman, elegance, footwear, shoes, packaging, flowers, decorative, lifestyle, architectural, graphic, digital, textile, product design, packaging, pen and ink, editorial, advertising.

Rodriguez, Alecia

In 1994, Alecia was accepted to New World School of the Arts High School, a fine art conservatory for visual art in Miami, FL. Upon graduating high school, she received a full scholarship to the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), and majored in Fashion Design. Proceeding her first semester at RISD, she decided to transfer to the Atlanta College of Art in GA, majoring in Illustration. In 2002, Alecia graduated with a BFA, making the Dean’s list. Since graduation, Alecia has gained ample experience in Art/Design. Some clients include: Marvel Comics, Perry Ellis, Target, Coke, Disney/Pixar, DC Comics, etc.

Wagt, Robert

Dutch-born painter and illustrator Robert Wagt has worked in Berlin, Milan and Paris, and is currently in the USA working from Nyack, New York. Robert and his wife, also an accomplished artist, have one daughter. As an illustration artist, Robert Wagt is widely acknowledged for his creativity and unique style, and has enjoyed an international reputation for almost 20 years. Marie Claire and Vanity Fair were among the first international magazines that sparked his career during his first Paris stint in 1987-1988, after he emerged from his art studies. In Milan from 1988 to 1994, he became a regular contributor to Vogue, Uomo Vogue and Vanity of the Condé Nast Media Group, among other magazines. He returned to Paris in 1994, where his client list grew to include industry giants such as Canon, Longchamp, Coca Cola, DHL, Ford, Ebay and Macy’s, working with world’s premier advertising agencies, such as : Publicis, J. Walter Thompson, Young & Rubicam and McCann Erickson. His work is featured in numerous art books and magazine interviews. Beyond the world of commerce, Robert Wagt is recognized for his contribution to the fine arts. Numerous solo and group exhibitions in the United States and Europe have shown his work since 1983. Robert Wagt is represented by New York-based Lindgren & Smith Inc., one of the four top artist-management agencies of the United States. He also works with Sigrid Freundorfer Fine Arts, a highly respected New York art dealer of 20th century paintings and sculptures. Born and raised in Assen, the Netherlands, he was formally trained at the Academy of Fine Arts (Minerva) in Groningen, the Netherlands, from 1982 to 1987.

Ulve, Kirsten

Crisp, chic illustration, caricature, and character design.

Romani, Paula

I'm an illustrator and designer. My illustrations have a joie de vivre, feminine, modern and fun vibe. My illustrations have appeared in magazines, ads, graphic design materials and products all over the world.

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Noumeda Carbone Award-Winner illustrator

I’m a Paris born, Italian artist and award winner freelance illustrator since 2006.

I work with ink, pigment liner, felt-tip pen and sometimes I mix hand drawing with digital instruments. My illustrations are surreal, dreamlike, darkly and full of details.

My range of Clients include Leo Burnett, Pitti Immagine, Vogue | The trend blog, Andy Martin Associates: Architects and Designers, Breil , Saatchi & Saatchi Milano, London Liryc Opera, The Guardian, Sony/ATV , Alta Roma Ethical Fashion, 1861 United.

My work was published on “ 200 Best Illustrators worldwide Luerzer’s Archive Specials 09/10”, Communication Arts - 50° Anniversary Issue, Rolling Stone Magazine, Big Book of Fashion Illustration, Penthouse-online magazine, Computer Arts (n 188), La Perla Magazine, Trenland.net, Kult magazine.

Recently my works was exhibited at the Affordable Art Fair di Brussels and at Inhorgenta, Design Forum Hall (Munich), Giadino Corsini, Museo la Specola (Florence), Loggiato San Bartolomeo (Palermo), Galleria Xxs (Palermo), Co2 (Florence), Galleria Olivia Turchi (Florence), Spazio di Confine (Florence).

Awards: *3x3 PROFESSIONAL SHOW N°7 2010 merit Awards. *Design & Illustration AWARD at Art Takes London 2011.

Clients: Leo Burnett, Vogue Trends online magazine 1861 United, Breil, Pitti Immagine, Ferragamo , Alpitour, Umberto Giannini, Boloni, The Creator Studio, The Guardian, Takeshi Hamada, Virago Modern Classic, London Lyric Opera, Alta Roma Ethical Fashion 08, Fantasie tricot jersey manufacturer, PLUS. People Living Universal Sustainable, Netural Communications. Castro Clothes.

Publications: Books: -200 Best Illustrators worldwide Luerzer's Archive Specials 09/10; -"The Beautiful" Illustrations for Fashion and Style. Editor: Anneke Krull. Gestalten Publisher; - 3x3 Annual No.7, Illustration Annual, published by 3x3 Magazine, The Magazine of Contemporary Illustration; -"Pink Attitude, the contemporary female creativity" by Enrica Mannari; -Semi-Permanent book 2009; -Illusive 2; -Big Book of Fashion Illustration.

Magazines: Computer Arts magazine, Digital Artists magazine, Communication Arts 50° Anniversary Issue, Rolling Stone Magazine, Penthouse-magazine, Out of the Box magazine, DPI Design Stars Boulevard Vol.05 Taiwan dpi magazine "Illustration of stylish feminine", Kult Magazine, Glamour, Blanket magazine, Enquire Magazine, Be|different, Nylon Magazine, La Perla Magazine, Slurp Magazine, Riot Magazine, Etel Magazine, Slurp Magazine, Antimagazine.

Collaborations: VOGUE/TRENDS online magazine, Sony/ATV, Artproject, Labz, Envelop, Pari Opportunità Provincia di Venezia.

Jacquie O'Neill Illustration Ltd

NEW IMAGES JUST ADDED: Fashion & Lifestyle illustrator. Client's include: Warner, Reebok, Penguin, NewsQuest, BBC, Waitrose, Harper Collins, Simon & Schuster, ElleGirl, Mattel, Macmillan, Nickelodeon, Pearson Member of the AOI Keep up to date with my latest illustrations via www.facebook.com/JacquieONeillIllustration

Kun-Sung Chung Illustration

Specializes in fashion illustration and celebrity portraits in digital, creating urban, chic, colorful, modern and clean, yet sexy look. Check out his Flash Animation and Quicktime Movie Reel at www.kschung.com. CLIENTS: Billboard R&R Magazine, Wall Street Journal, CosmoGirl Magazine, SELF Magazine, Jasmine Magazine, P.S. Magazine, BaylorHealth Magzine, Lobster Press, Llewellyn Worldwide Ltd., Carlton Publishing Group, Activision - game cover, Outdoor Life Network, Demo Soap, Little Earth Production, Behind The Wedding LLC, B.Unlimited Productions , JVR Productions, Storieboards, Oxford Picture Dictionary, KaufmanFranko.

Lazareva, Anna

Anna Lazareva has wanted to be an illustrator since she was a little girl. She started to study drawing when she was 4. Anna graduated from the University in 2007 where she majored in journalism and the history of art. Her thesis project was about the relationship between editorial illustrations and the articles they are created for. She has attended summer courses at School of Visual Arts and Parsons New School for Design. Anna's source of inspirations are: fashion blogs, vintage photos and her travels around the world. Now she works at her little studio in Moscow, and she would love to work with you.

Matsunaga, Naoko

Born in Tokyo, Japan. Naoko studied art and fashion in Tokyo at Esmod Japon. After graduating, Naoko worked as a professional designer, patternmaker and illustrator in the fashion industry for more than 8 years. In 2006, Naoko parlayed her previous illustration experience into a full time career as an independent illustrator. On January 2009, she also started creating illustrations for Stila. Utilizing unique color combination, Naoko creates attractive and delightful digital fashion illustrations of urban women , as well as young adults, teens, and tweens. Her artwork is great for magazines, advertising, editorials, book covers, CD covers, greeting cards.

Newman, Vicky

Vicky Newman is a freelance illustrator specializing in contemporary fashion and advertising illustrations. Her work is a mix of hand drawn line work and digital color. To see more of her work please visit http://www.vickynewman.com

Gu, Sunny

Based in sunny Los Angeles, Sunny Gu is an artist who’s curious about culture. She loves to look for beauty in everything around her and then recreate it in her art. It certainly shows through in her work, which is full of colour, glamour, fashion and ornamentation.

Sunny was born in China but emigrated to the US when she was 13. She’s loved drawing for as long as she can remember. Her nickname is ‘Bee’ because she’s obsessed with flowers and if you look inside her wardrobe you’ll be overwhelmed by the colourful floral prints and patterns inside. She has plenty of accessories to go with the garments - again, they form important elements in her illustration work.

Her overall aim is to preserve the beauty she sees around her.

Sunny studied illustration at the Otis College of Art and Design in LA, and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

Each illustration begins with a series of rough sketches, which Sunny uses to develop the composition. Once she’s decided on the composition, she works on the details and then starts painting. Her favourite medium is watercolour – she loves their vibrant and unpredictable nature. Occasionally, she uses graphite or acrylic paints for some of the textures. Sunny will use a computer to create surface designs and textile patterns.

When she’s painting, Sunny says she’s bathed in happiness and she puts that across in bright colour and rich detail. The focus on beauty and feeling is clear in her work and she wants to bring joy to whoever looks at it.

Fulvimari, Jeffrey

He was a contributor for Interview for several years, and went on to work in all aspect of printed media, including advertising, sales promotion, and editorial layouts. His illustrations have been animated on Nickelodeon, MTV and VH-1, The Food Network, and in numerous television commercials in Japan.

Lee, Monica

hip,cool,fashion,modern, women,teens,tweens,lifestyle, glamour, beauty,gourmet,food,wine,pattern,collage,watercolor Clients include:Hyperion,Gotham Magazine,Harry N.Abrams, La teen Magazine,hearts, highlights, American Girl

741 illustration

A new group of illustrators with differing styles, figurative, caricature, digital, cartoons, realistic, calligraphy, fashion, childrens', design, collage

Kabaker, Gayle

Gayle's work is used in marketing collateral, advertising, editorial, animation, web design and logo and brand development. She welcomes challenges, and she really loves to work with her clients to help them achieve exactly what the need. women

Weiss, Robert

Computer generated fashion illustration with a modernist vibe. Clients include: Anna Sui, Teen People Magazine, Philly Style Magazine, YM Magazine, Tommy Hilfiger

wacker eins !

fashion illustration portfolio of berlin based illustrator kerstin wacker. very often kerstin is selling her work to advertising agencies and fashion- or trend-magazines. but she is as well illustrating websites, book- and cd-covers, postcards, flyers, t-shirts, shopping bags... you name it. clients include: marie claire, elle, celebrity, allure, pinault printemps, arab media group, graham hanson design...

Pfendler, David

Fresh graphic lifestyle illustration with a fashion bent, well-suited for editorial and advertising. Images are created digitally, yet maintain a loose, "handdrawn" feel. Client list: Levi Strauss, Johnnie Walker, Flaunt magazine, Rolex, Axe, Abercrombie and Fitch

Masuda, Coco

Raised in Tokyo, living in New York, vacationing in Hawaii, Coco Masuda creates artwork as diverse as the bustling cities and the tropical island that she has called home. Coco is a graduate of the Parsons School of Design and with her background as a graphic designer, she comes up with unique solutions for each and every project. Coco lives and works in Tribeca with her young daughter. She has an elegant and stylized lifestyle illustration, many featuring women of various ethnicity, for licensing, posters, advertising, design, packaging, publishing and editorial. She particularly enjoys working on children and tweens illustration.
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