António Soares

Love the Fall Winter 2014/15 fashion illustrations of António Soares, currently living and working in Porto, Portugal. He uses water color to capture the latest runway and editorial looks full of vibrant details and textures against minimal backgrounds for clients as Vogue China.


Jordan Sondler

Hi everyone, I love Illustration is back from a long holiday, I hope you all had a great summer!
Love the colorful and fun work of Queens, New York, based 24 years old illustrator Jordan Sondler. Her work spans both digital, print, and three dimensional forms with a focus in pattern. She is also developing a line of really cute jewelry and accessories. Her clients have included Brooklyn Magazine, Ban.do, FamilyFun Magazine & Urban Outfitters.


Marlies Niemeijer

Beautiful awesome detailed botanical drawings of dutch based artist Marlies Niemeijer. She started her career as an illustrator by famous Dutch designer Piet Boon® after graduating at the Amsterdam Artemis Academy.


Marcel George

Love the hand painted, contemporary watercolour illustrations of 26 year old London-based illustrator Marcel George who studied Illustration at Brighton University and graduated in 2010 with first class honours.


Margot Macé

I posted about Paris-based dutch-born artist Margot Macé before as I adore her signature graphic  woodblock illustration style. I love her feminin linework in combination with the soft watercolors. She has worked for editorial clients as Vogue Japan, l'Officiel Japan and Madame Figaro and commercial clients as Clarins, Lancome and Clinique.


Spiros Halaris x Sephora

Athens-born, London-educated, and currently New York-based Spiros Halaris was comitted for the latest campaign of Sephora, they turned to this illustrator who put his artistic eye on everything from the botanical visuals in the windows to the abstract butterfly prints that adorn the limited-edition Mother’s Day gift bags (using beauty products as paint, no less!). "I used a lot of different powders and a lot of different glosses that were great to create a more liquid effect; I used some lipsticks and nail polish too, which created more of a marble effect for the prints"