Category: Art

ArtThe Edge of Illusion with Martine Johanna

From her show entitled “The grand illusion of sanity”, dutch painter Martine Johanna offers a series of surreal works that are lovely and enchanting. With her strong background in fashion, it’s no wonder we’re attracted to Johanna’s complex color palette, curvy line-work, and chic portraiture … not to mention the gorgeous model-esque faces. Take a moment to enjoy the darker side of these feminine works!

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Martine Johanna

ArtNiki Pilkington’s Couture Bandits

These little rascals have a taste for fashion, just like us! Artist Niki Pilkington does it again with her adorable “Couture Bandits” series, using her amazing drawing skills to fuse our love for high fashion and furry friends. From Burberry, to Chanel, to Yves Saint Laurent, these bandits have got it bad for the finer things in life!

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See more from Niki Pilkington on her website!

ArtTrue Colors with Artist Michela Picchi

Italian girls are known for their style, and artist Michela Picchi leads the way with a cute illustrative style all her own! Flamingos, flowers, and jungle scenes abound in lip-smacking shades of pink, purple, teal, and yellow. In fact, it’s Michela’s distinct color palette that makes her work so memorable and fun, with chic graphic qualities and a trendy feminine touch.

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Check out more of Michela Picchi’s work!

ArtBold School: Meet Illustrator Bing Liu

Illustrator Bing Liu lives and works in New York City where fashion and art collide on a daily basis. Liu is attracted to color and prints, and designs fabric patterns on top of drawing fashion celebs like Anna Della Russo and Miroslava Dumas, as well as runway sketches from the likes of Acne, Christian Dior, Diesel, and more.

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ArtBubbly Personalities: Artist Amy Martino

Facial features are overrated. Capturing the essence of form and fashion, designer Amy Martino strips down the human figure into a series of curvy shapes and blocks of color. Bubbly details are a signature for this New York based art director, as well as astral elements, and watery outlines. My personal favorite is “The Breakfast Club” where Martino distills characters Claire and Allison into just a few fields of color, totally capturing their distinct personalities.

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Visit Amy Martino’s portfolio of illustration!