Follow are some of the artist in Fashion
Maike Plenzke is a freelance illustrator from Germany. Her work is an interesting mix of rich colours, patterns and textures and range from cute and cuddly illustrations with innocent charm to modern and stark artwork with clean lines. Her clients include the likes of Penguin Books, Women’s Health and Nickelodeon.
View her work in all its glory after the jump.
Nigel Evan Dennis is a prolific designer and artist based in Chicago and works under the name “Electric Heat”. Implementing a variety of elements from photography to typography to free-hand illustration, his compositions are a wonderful mixture of fine art and innovative designer-advertising.
His client list includes names like Coca Cola, Sony, Universal, Nike, McDonald’s, Samsung, Hitachi, Lipton, Pepsi, Converse, Smirnoff, Adobe, Playboy, Ferrari, Motorola, Boost Mobile, MTV, CBS,Manchester United, Sandisk, Sansa and many more.
Be sure to visit his blog to view his personal artwork which is again a mixture of beautiful colors, patterns and textures (all links provided after the jump).
Nicole Guice is an artist from Los Angeles, United States. She loves drawing and draws anything that catches her interest. She loves sketching and keeps her sketchbook handy so that she can draw anywhere. She’s inspired by black and white classic movies, fashion, botany, gemology, cosmology and children’s books. She graduated from Otis College of Art and Design with a BFA in fashion design. Check out her designs and her online portfolio.
Check out Corrado Grilli’s soul portraits of “To Be Young, Gifted and Black”, his personal project which he pays tribute to the best musicians ever, Otis Redding, Michael Jackson, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Donny Hathaway, Curtis Mayfield & Sam Cooke. Also don’t miss his designs for Nike, Rome. For more visit his website corradogrilli.com.
We found an amazing designer from London, Pomme Chan. Her designs are mind blowing and every art piece is a must watch. Born in Bangkok, Pomme completed her studies and relocated to London to fulfill her dreams. In London she started freelancing and her work was featured in Telegraph, IDN, Grafik, Curvy Book and FT magazines. She even worked on prestigious ad campaigns for the likes of Sony, Mercedes-Benz, Marc Jacobs, Microsoft, Nike and many more. Her designs are very refreshing and her felt-tip style makes her artwork unique. Visit her website pommepomme.com to know more.