Available at the Gucci Garden gift shop in Florence, Alessandro Michele’s newest line of T-shirts and bags with illustrations by the London-based artist pays tribute to the authentic characters of street style.
With her fun and unique illustration style and colour Anjelcia has gained recognition of her talent from fashion icons such as Pat McGrath, Marc Jacobs, Moschino, Jeremy Scott, Anna Sui, Adam Selman, Marco de Vincenzo, and Ohne Titel.
Judy Stevens trained as a fine artist in painting and printmaking at Hornsey College of Art (now Middlesex University). She has worked as an illustrator for many years – her work includes children’s books, cookery books, advertising and regular contributions to The Guardian, Observer and New Statesman magazines.
Caroline Smith is a painter of repute, she has been represented by Artist Partners since the early 70's To try and describe her work it is influenced by Vivianne Westwood, Dolce and Gabbana and Tribal and Ritual weddings, and baroque decoration. Her paintings can be seen in galleries and in private homes, and her recent series of paintings have been described as flowing organic natural lines, contrasting with complex decoupage textures, glowing gold and saturated colours.
A dramatic melange of pearls, brass findings, antiqued pewter , vinyl trade beads, Turquoise and`Jade. Caroline has designed packaging, tarot cards, editorial images, and book covers, and has also had her work published by The Folio Society.
For more of her stunning work please look at the website here
Phosphor Art want to share with you this beautiful illustration Pastiche created for The Lady Magazine. Pastiche artist Jon painted a "Wren" in his retro style to celebrate 100 years of the Women's Royal Air Force. The team at The Lady thought his work was beautiful and really captured the spirit of The Wrens.