Straight off a flight from Toulouse , Will made it in time for the Press Launch of his collaboration with Henry Holland for Debenhams on Saturday.
Take a look at this video on YouTube:
Sunny Gu designs a vivacious T-Shirt for Max & Riley in Boston.
The floral and feminine illustration with its dominant reds was created to celebrate the clothing boutique's grand opening. Sunny has produced a striking design for the flower loving fashion conscious girl!
Tracie created a mysterious cityscape that integrates with the 3D watch display towers in the Ted Baker & Moore store on Commercial Street, London. The colours and lighting make it feel like a surreal night scene from a dark comic that fit with Ted Baker’s sharp style and fun approach to all their visuals.
We love this artwork Fortuna Todisco created for Panorama Magazine. This fabulous illustration accompanied an article about Fortuna's career and her creative processes and aspirations.
Fortuna studied at the European Institute of Design and has since worked as both a fashion designer and an illustrator. She is inspired by the people around her and loves to express her observations through her illustrations. Fortuna creates both conceptual and representational artworks and has worked with a variety of clients for fashion and lifestyle commissions.
Lipstick of London is now exclusively representing the much celebrated Fashion and Beauty illustrator Lucy MacLeod .
Lucy combines traditional hand rendered brush and line work with digital/collaged elements. Recent happy clients include; British Airways, Levi Strauss, Bare Minerals UK, Nylon Magazine, Elle.
Earlier in the year the team from BBC’s Antique Roadshow Detectives visited our office to film part of an episode at Artist Partners HQ. The story centres around Shirley Thompson, an AP artist represented in the 60's - 70's whose beautiful illustrations were found in a skip many decades ago, preserved and cherished before finding their way back to her family all these years afterwards.
Shirley’s fashion illustrations are exquisite and the artwork rescued in this story were for a Burberry catalogue in the 60s.
A lovely story and an interesting watch! You can catch the episode here and scroll to 16mins 27 seconds