11.2.15

Damien Florébert Cuypers

Love the runway illustrations of artist Damien Florébert Cuypers for T magazine. Cuypers grew up between the Jura and Alps mountain ranges in east-central France. He works, mainly in his unique crayon style, for clients as the New York Times and T magazine, M le magazine du Monde, AnOther, Apartamento, Editorialist, Harper's Bazaar DE, Herman Miller, JCrew, Neon Magazine, New York Magazine,  The Sunday Times and the popular British website Nowness.

9.2.15

Esra Røise


I am in love with the beautiful pencil and watercolour works of Esra Røise, I posted already several times about her and this will absolutely not be the last. That is why I am so so happy that she made this fabulous portrait of me. Thank you so much Esra!!!

6.2.15

S/S 15 by Abbey McCulloch









Australia based contemporary figurative painter Abbey McCulloch made this original artworks inspired by the Paris Spring/Summer 2015 womenswear collections for Show Studio
She graduated with a Masters in Visual Arts from the Queensland College of Art and has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows, with Art Collector magazine naming her as one of Australia's '50 most collectable artists.' Abbey has depicted her favourite looks from the Paris shows including Rochas, Givenchy, AF Vandervorst, Balmain, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Viktor and Rolf and Louis Vuitton. Love it!

2.2.15

Esra Røise


Esra Røise is a Norwegian illustrator based in Oslo. She has been drawing since she was little, and has two years of formal training from The Einar Granum School of Art, and a BA in Visual Communication from The Academy of The Arts in Oslo, Norway. She is inspired by seemingly small unimportant everyday situations, and snapshot photography with their impulsiveness, bad cropping and weird angles. People around her, the fashion industry, music, awkward moments and imperfections. She works for clients as Vogue (China), Stella McCartney, Nylon magazine, Wallpaper*, Estée Lauder, Levi's, Nike, Volkswagen, Miss Selfridge... Love it!

29.1.15

S/S 15 by Velwyn Yossy


London and LA based artist Velwyn Yossy has contributed a series of one of a kind artworks inspired by London womenswear S/S 15 collections for Show Studio. In this series she uses a mix of clean lines and bold colour to play with proportion and form. It reminds me of the bold prints and lines of Sonia Delaunay. Love it!

22.1.15

Hsiao-Ron Cheng


I just love this beautiful tender portraits combining soft pastel colors with nature elements from Taiwan based digital artist and illustrator Hsiao-Ron Cheng. She started to work as a freelance illustrator in 2012 and soon get international attention. In the same year, her work has been shortlisted for Young Illustrator Award. Hsiao-Ron's clients range from fashion brand to design agencies worldwide.

19.1.15

Niki Pilkington




Love this cute Couture Bandits illustrations of Welsh-born, New York-based illustrator Niki Pilkington. She works for clients as TOPSHOP, Ted Baker, Sir Paul McCartney & MTV. Specialising in portrait commissions from around the world Niki Pilkington's playful yet highly detailed style feeds off the everyday people & places she sees, focusing mainly on fashion and the people who wear it.

17.1.15

Weekend inspiration: Kaethe Butcher


One of the most talented new talents I discovered last year is definitely 24 years old, Berlin-based artist and illustrator Kaethe Butcher, who makes some incredible erotic illustrations that shows us an overpowering love for the female body. Many of the drawings include as well fragments of text, taken from songs and poems, that give us a sense of what she’s trying to capture. Love the names of these beautiful black and white and gold toned illustrations full of lovely patterns and details: Come On (She Make Me Kill Myself), Aluminium,, Into the Sun, Why You Wanted To Be?, Missing Pieces (My Valentine) & Knock Knock (Trick Or Treat)