Fashion illustrations described by Kettunen as "direct, energetic, spontaneous and intuitive representations."
He states that "by capturing only the essence, they are expressions of moments, experiences and feelings such as short interactions with live models, drawing backstage at fashion shows or capturing the show at concerts or the theater. Inspired by the current popular culture, I draw mostly human figures, but in an abstracted and expressive manner by using techniques of fine arts such as in (Neo) Expressionism."
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Parisian elite fashion house Lanvin has collaborated with writing utensil mastermind company Caran D'ache to develop a colored pencil set that is bound to dominate the realm of fashion illustration.
Though fashion videography has been a working concept for a while, it has just recently hit the mainstream and turned into a solid marketable art form.
The launching point for this fashion phenomenon was Paris Fashion Week '09 during the viewing of Gareth Pugh's collection which was produced by an english fashion-focused video production company called ShowStudio . This widely publicized presentation laid the path for future designers.
In addition to the benefits for producers and designers, a new breed of models is being created and opening the door for a theatrically-influenced industry to develop.
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UK based artist, designer and
He’s renowned for his unique style, blending hand-crafted and hand-drawn artwork that has gained him numerous awards and a prestigious client list. So far in his career he has completed projects for Matthew Williamson, Vogue, Nike, Tiffany & Co and Sony to name a few. As well as contributing to advertising campaigns for Guinness, Absolut and American Express.
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"Celebrated fetish artist Brian M. Viveros is internationally embraced for his erotic paintings of doe-eyed beauties with Marlboros dangling seductively from their lips and has also recently been utilizing the medium of film to capture the dark and evocative debris that radiates from his mind. His paintings are a drunken mix of oil, airbrush, acrylic, and ink. In his work Viveros shines a light on his own inner world and society at large and aims to captivate even the most jaded eyes."
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Russian-born Vania Zouravliov was inspired from an early age by influences as diverse as The Bible, Dante’s Divine Comedy, early Disney animation and North American Indians. Something of a child prodigy in his homeland, he was championed by many influential classical musicians including Ashkenazi, Spivakov and Menuhin. He even had television programs made about him and was introduced to famous communist artists, godfathers of social realism, who told him that his work was from the Devil.
By the age of 13, Vania Zouravliov was exhibiting internationally, visited Canterbury several times as well as Paris, Colmar and Berlin. He subsequently studied in the UK, and during this time began creating illustrations for The Scotsman and comics for Fantagraphics and Dark Horse in the US. His most recent projects have been for Beck's The Informationand National Geographic.
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