António Soares FW2017

Dolce Gabbana Fall Winter 2016
Marc Jacobs
Gucci FW 2017
Fendi





GucciCruise 2017
Saint Laurent FW 2017


Love the new fashion illustrations of 
António Soares, currently living and working in Porto, Portugal.

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Hyshil x WENDY magazine

Being the Art Director of WENDY, the feel good magazine of Dutch tv personality Wendy van Dijk,  
I committed fabulous illustrator Hyshil to make these 4 lovely Mother's Day prints. 
Oh, how I love my job ;-)


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Damien Florébert Cuypers x Paris Fashion week for T magazine

"Anna Dello Russo arriving at the Loewe show in a mirrored dress"

Paris Fashion Week through the eyes of catwalk illustrator Damien Florian Cuypers for T magazine. Love his style!

I PROUDLY PRESENT THE FIRST I LOVE ILLUSTRATION ZINE!

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illustration Anja Kroencke

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illustration Emma Zanelli

Illustration is back!
The past decade has seen a revival of contemporary illustration in advertising, magazines, museums and art galleries, resulting in a strong presence in online publications and exhibitions. Illustration can be seen as a voice of our time, a reflection of our society.

It was time for me to start my own independent online zine showcasing talented contemporary illustrators from around the world. 

The first issue is about women, a classic and endlessly inspiring theme. From the ancient Greeks to Renaissance painters, from Baroque sculptors to photographers of today, countless artists have found the female body to be a source of inspiration and had women as their muses.

Twenty of the most exciting emerging and established illustrators have been selected to create six illustrations of sensual women. Most of these artworks have been made exclusively for this magazine. The result is extraordinary, elegant, sensitive, emotional, provocative, erotic and sensual.

128 pages of curated art. €5,- (pdf) BUY IT HERE
Founded, edited, curated, art directed & published by Anneke Krull


Johanna Goodman


I am in love with the new project of illustrator and collage artist Johanna Goodman
 "The catalogue of Imaginary Beings", a series of collages for an imaginary scientific research catalogue in the spirit of audubon with illustrated plates of the imaginary beings.

Margot van Huijkelom x Haute Couture SS16

Now this is Haute Couture! Margot van Huijkelom / Slo Slo Agency made this wonderful fashion illustrations of the Haute Couture Fashion Week Summer 2016 featuring shows of Chanel, Armani, Valentino, Giambatita Valli, Dior and Versaci. They were published full page in the Journal Le Monde on 25, 26 and 27 January, described by journaliste Carine Bizet. Love it!

Babeth Lafon


New work inspired by Bali from Berlin based, Paris born artist Babeth Lafon! Beautiful!

Sainte Maria

Love the stylish fashion drawings from Russia-based illustrator Sainte Maria
And I love bubbles on New Years Eve! I wish you a Merry Everything and a Happy Creative Always! Cheers! 

Spiros Halaris x IPSA

I love this Christmas Promotion Campaign by artist Spiros Halaris for IPSA! iloveillustration blog


I love this Christmas Promotion Campaign by artist Spiros Halaris for IPSA! 

December giveaway by Leendert meets Ingrid

Leendert meets Ingrid Iloveillustration
Every month Leendert meets Ingrid  publish a limited edition Artprint of the Month. The artwork is designed especially for this project and printed in a low run of only 25 high quality and lightproof big-sized art-prints. This exclusive piece of art is numbered by hand and provided with a sophisticated embossed stamp in the corner. The common size, 50 x 70 cm, will make it possible for you to frame the print in a standard size frame, a more distinguished frame from your local framer is also a great option. This print will be a true eye-catcher in your interior and a unique gift! Love it!

Piet Paris x Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb



The 10th anniversary of Flowerbomb illustrated for Harper’s Bazaar Netherlands by famous Dutch fashion illustrator Piet Paris. Love it!


PREVIEW! Emma Zanelli x I love illustration magazine



I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE
Twenty of the most exciting emerging and established illustrators have been selected to create 128 pages of sensual women. Most of these artworks have been made exclusively for this magazine.
The result is extraordinary, elegant, sensitive, emotional, provocative, erotic and sensual.

Emma Zanelli (NZ)
Emma is a New Zealand born freelance illustrator and graphic artist based in London. Her work is created with pencil and watercolour, then additional colour and detail is added digitally.

She describes her work as seductive, strange and sardonic. Her main sources of inspiration are the women in David Lynch and Tarantino films — her muse is a hardened, unapologetic bombshell with a story to tell.

“I don’t want to just draw women simply because they are beautiful, I want to invoke a backstory for her character. I like to put her in a little movie. Who is she? What did she do? I like to think the women I draw are strong, outspoken and a little bit scary” 

More of her beautiful work is featured in the first I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE. BUY HERE

Back to the 90's with Jeremy Combot

Back to the 90's with Jeremy Combot, iloveillustration

I am totally impressed and in LOVE with the 90's work of French based illustrator Jérémy Combot. He is a self taught artist, guided by passion for pop culture, fashion, the 90’s, colors and patterns. What a details, what a patterns, what a colors! Those Were The Days!

PREVIEW! Noumeda Carbone x I love illustration magazine



I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE
Twenty of the most exciting emerging and established illustrators have been selected to create 128 pages of sensual women. Most of these artworks have been made exclusively for this magazine.
The result is extraordinary, elegant, sensitive, emotional, provocative, erotic and sensual.

Noumeda Carbone (IT)
Noumeda Carbone is a Paris born, Italian artist and freelance award winner illustrator based in Florence. “My works are surreal, dreamlike, darkly and full of details. I like the error, the small surprise between lines, the light.” 
Her range of Clients includes Leo Burnett, Pitti Immagine, Vogue/Trends, Breil, Saatchi & Saatchi Milano, Ferragamo, London Lyric Opera, The Guardian, La Perla, Sony/ATV, Alta Roma Ethical Fashion, 1861 United, Harper’s Bazaar México and Latinoamerica.
Her work was published on “200 Best Illustrators worldwide Luerzer’s Archive Specials 09/10”, Big Book of Fashion Illustration, Communication Arts, The Beautiful. Illustrations for Fashion and Style, Rolling Stone Magazine, Glamour, Computer Arts, Trendland, Juxtapoz Magazine, Kult magazine.

More of her beautiful work is featured in the first I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE. BUY HERE

PREVIEW! Esra Roïse x I love illustration magazine



I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE
Twenty of the most exciting emerging and established illustrators have been selected to create 128 pages of sensual women. Most of these artworks have been made exclusively for this magazine. The result is extraordinary, elegant, sensitive, emotional, provocative, erotic and sensual.

Esra Røise (NO)
Esra Røise is a Norwegian illustrator with roots in fashion illustration. She has always loved the preciseness of the pencil and the unpredictability and possibilities of watercolor and ink. She enjoys the juxtaposition of different mediums, particularly the analogue and digital combined, and most of her elegant and playful works are a combination of the two. Esra draws inspiration mainly from the fashion world, music and popular culture.
Her works can be seen worldwide, and selected clients include: VOGUE, Stella McCartney, Farfetch, Nylon magazine, Wallpaper*, Estée Lauder, VICE, LEVI’S and Miss Selfridge to name a few.

More of her beautiful work is featured in the first I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE. BUY HERE

PREVIEW! Judit Garcia-Talavera x I love illustration magazine

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Twenty of the most exciting emerging and established illustrators have been selected to create 128 pages of sensual women. Most of these artworks have been made exclusively for this magazine. The result is extraordinary, elegant, sensitive, emotional, provocative, erotic and sensual.

Judit Garcia-Talavera (ES)
Born in the Canary Islands of Spain, she presently she lives in Barcelona.
Judit has always been surrounded by beauty. After attending an arts-oriented high school, Judit first fell in love with illustration as a means of capturing the beauty around her. She earned a degree in Fine Arts at the Universidad de La Laguna, and has participated in several workshops in the Canary Islands, such as the Centro de Arte Grafico La Recova in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. In 2004 she moved to Barcelona to continue her studies in illustration at the Massana Permanent Academy.
She adores the fountain pen, and also often finds herself combining ink and diluted watercolors to depict characters absorbed by their emotions or lost deep in daydreams.

Among Judit’s clients are Nina Ricci, Marie Claire, Ragazza, OCI Magazine, Dirrty Glam, Papier Doll.

More of her beautiful work is featured in the first I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE. BUY HERE

PREVIEW! I love illustration magazine: Cecilia Carlstedt



I lOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE
Twenty of the most exciting emerging and established illustrators have been selected to create 128 pages of sensual women. Most of these artworks have been made exclusively for this magazine. The result is extraordinary, elegant, sensitive, emotional, provocative, erotic and sensual.

Cecilia Carlstedt (SE)
Cecilia has been working as a freelancing illustrator ever since she graduated from London Collage of Communication in 2003. She has worked with a wide range of clients but is essentially linked to the world of fashion. Experimentation is an integral part of her working process. This leads her to use a variety of tools and methods to complete each illustration. At the moment black ink with fluorescent marker pen lines on top is a her favourite combination of mediums. Her Clients include Vogue Nippon, W magazine, New York magazine, Salvatore Ferragamo, Tiffany, Swarovski, Jimmy Choo, LMVH, H&M, Nina Ricci, Show Studio.

More of her beautiful work is featured in the first I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE. BUY HERE

PREVIEW! I love illustration magazine: Anja Kroencke



I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE
Twenty of the most exciting emerging and established illustrators have been selected to create 128 pages of sensual women. Most of these artworks have been made exclusively for this magazine. The result is extraordinary, elegant, sensitive, emotional, provocative, erotic and sensual.

Anja Kroencke (US)
Anja Kroencke was born in Vienna, Austria. Her upbringing was strongly influenced by the city’s rich culture, especially the “Wiener Werkstaette”, and her family’s multicultural roots. After studying Textile Design & Fashion Illustration in Vienna, she pursued a career in graphic design and in 1994 she relocated to New York City. Her distinctive drawings of sophisticated women with long, elegant necks and elaborately detailed hair have a romantic sense of times past and yet are thoroughly modern. Anja’s long list of clients includes Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Shiseido, Tiffany’s, Victoria’s Secret, Nippon & US Vogue.

More of her beautiful work is featured in the I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE. BUY HERE

PREVIEW! I love illustration magazine: Andrea Hrjnak

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I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE
Twenty of the most exciting emerging and established illustrators have been selected to create 128 pages of sensual women. Most of these artworks have been made exclusively for this magazine. The result is extraordinary, elegant, sensitive, emotional, provocative, erotic and sensual.

Featured artist: Andrea Hrjnak (US)
Born and raised in Croatia, based in Vienna she is currently living in San Diego,California. Andrea Hrnjak is an illustrator with a love for wild animals and an incurable case of wanderlust.
Her career has taken in a wide of creative activities, from styling and fashion design in Germany and Italy, launching her own fashion label, through to teaching in China, but reverted back to her love of drawing. She draws inspiration from being on travels, climbing mountains and her magical wolf-looking dog Otis.

More of her beautiful work is featured in the I LOVE ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE. BUY HERE

Craig & Karl x NYFW SS16


Love the bold palette and graphic touch of artists Craig & Karl. Craig Redman and Karl Maier live in different parts of the world but collaborate daily to create bold work that is filled with simple messages executed in a thoughtful and humorous way. They have exhibited across the world, most notably at the Musée de la Publicité, Louvre, and we've worked on projects for clients like LVMH, Google, Nike, Apple, Vogue and The New York Times. Have a colorful weekend!

Fashion Week SS16 x Margot van Huijkelom-Macé

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Oooh, how I love the Chanel, Valentino & gucci catwalk paintings of illustrator & artist Margot van Huijkelom-Macé! She was born in Holland and she lives and works in Paris. She has worked over 15 years for the Japanese magazine Vogue. There, she discovered the art of Japanese woodblock printing, which permanently influenced her creative and very feminine style (watercolours enhanced with brush appilied fine lining).

Daniel Segrove x New York Fashion Week S/S16

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Wow, I was impressed when I saw these beautiful New York Fashion Week S/S16 catwalk looks from San Francisco based artist Daniel Segrove committed by SHOWstudio.
His work focuses on his own perspective of life, empathy and identity. Considering himself a figurative artist, Segrove studies anatomy and form and relates mostly to art which has figures he can identify with, narrating their story through his work. Working in mixed media, such as oil paints, acrylic, ink and charcoal, his illustrations create interesting layers and emotional energy. Only then does he see his work as finished.

Kelly Beeman x JW Anderson SS16

 Kelly Beeman, JW Anserdon, SS16, fashion, iloveillustration magazine, illustration, magazine, art, artists, contemporary art, worldwide, prints, drawings, women, digizine, Esra Roïse, Cecilia Carlstedt, Caitlin Shearer, Stina Persson, Kaethe Butcher, Ricardo Fumanal, Margot van Huijkelom, Emma Zanelli, Spiros Halaris, Masaki Mizuno, Malika Favre, Anja Kroencke, Marjolein Caljouw, Andrea Hrnjak, Noumeda Carbone, Angelika Peißker, Judit Garcia Talavera, Anna McKay, Conrad Roset, Naja Conrad Hansen curated art, anneke krull, fashion, catwalks, fashion week, SS16

Great fashion illustrations of Brooklyn based artist Kelly Beeman. "These paintings were made for JW Anderson in anticipation of the SS16 women's collection runway show. The theme of the collection is "an odyssey oscillating between galactic Olympics and empowered femininity." Each piece was intended to depict a woman in a different but continuous atmosphere, so I used varying background shades and flower designs to bring them together, and to complement the bold shapes and monochromatic prints in the collection".

SS16 Milan Womenswear by Cecilia Carlstedt

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Milan Fashion Week has started with great shows of Prada, Pucci, Fendi & Gucci!
Showstudio asked Stockhom based fashion illustrator Cecilia Carlstedt to draw the SS16 Milan Womenswear... See the wonderful result. Have a great weekend!

Coco Chanel x Megan Hess - BOOK GIVE-AWAY!

And the winner is... Ellen Vieira! Congrats!




Coco Chanel, The Illustrated World of a Fashion Icon by Megan Hess
A must-have coffee table book for all Chanel lovers, illustration lovers and fashion lovers!


What a sunny morning! I just received this stunning book of Coco Chanel by fashion illustrator Megan Hess published by Hardie Grant Books. A beautiful designed book in a lovely small size, printed in Chanel's iconic colors black & white with some details in red and gold, interspersed with beautiful designed anecdotes and famous quotes from Coco and a beautiful silver foil stamp on the cover. The book is clearly divided into 3 chapters: The women, The brand, The Legend. 

I read it in one breath, in just a few hours I knew everything and more from Coco Chanel. She is arguably the most significant influence on women’s fashion in the twentieth century, a key designer to not only have captured a moment in fashion history, but to have shaped the fashion landscape in years to come. (I personally love Chanel for as long as I can remember, I even named my dog Coco)

Coco’s World is a compilation of Megan Hess’ stunning illustrations of the 100 most quintessential moments through Chanel’s history, from Coco’s incredible life (her childhood, her influencers, her lovers, het succes), to the impact of Karl Lagerfeld as creative director of the brand, and the incredible items that have become fashion icons – the little black dress, the classic tweed jacket, the luxurious bags, alluring jewellery and, of course, the renowned Chanel No. 5 perfume.

Hardie Grant offered me a give-away on my blog for one of YOU! All you have to do is leave a comment, follow this blog on instagram and Facebook and I'll mention one name on this Friday the 25th end of the day ... anyone can enter ;-)

The book will be available in the beginning of Oktober.
You can buy the book at Bol.com and Amazon

Published bij Hardie Grant books
Date published 08 Oct 2015
ISBN 9781743790663
Format Hardback
Details 208 pages - 147mm x 217mm

London Fashion Week x Cecilia Carlstedt

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London Fashion week has started! Get into the mood with this beautiful SS14 "golden oldie" from Cecilia Carlstedt. Happy Friday!

Spiros Halaris x Urban Decay



Love the collaboration with Urban Decay for the launch of the uber successful NAKED smoky series by Spiros Halaris, a multi-disciplinary Illustrator, Designer and Art Director. Originally from Greece, he was trained at the prestigious University of the Arts London and has studios in London and New York, where he's currently based.


Abstract catwalks by Magnus Voll Mathiassen



Love the signature style of Norwegian designer and illustrator Magnus Voll Mathiassen (better known as MVM). Working with bold colors and patterns Magnus always sticks firmly to finding grace in stripping subjects back to their bare minimum.

Blair Breitenstein


Now this is fashion! Love the "messy smudged" line work of 22 years old NY-based artist Blair Breitenstein. Largely influenced by high fashion photography, Blair says she takes these fashion forward photos into a whole new realm of layered watercolors and messy smudged lines. Her talent has been recognized by Prada, Oscar de la Renta, Harper's Bazaar and international magazines W Korea and Vogue Korea among many more. You can see her work on Instagram or visit her daily "My Daily Drawings" blog Blonde Lasagna.

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