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I love fashion illustration, plus it's a nice break from all the model topics.

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Charles Anastase
Illustrator and designer Charles Anastase drew the launch campaign for Choice Calvin Klein, a lingerie line for the 14- to 22-year-old set. Why? "Illustration is much more personal than photography," said Patrick Li of the Work in Progress agency, who tapped Anastase. And lingerie, of course, is about as personal as it gets.


Theo Stanley
The next big thing—literally. Fresh faces in January's W include a trio of elephants, stars of the Bruce Weber portfolio Trunk Show, and Theo Stanley, Weber's former assistant, whose collages and illustrations enliven the larger-than-life editorial. "What started out as a request for margin drawing opened up and developed in ways that weren't planned," Stanley said.



Bumble and Bumble and Peter Arkle
Bumble and Bumble is playing head games—with the help of illustrator Peter Arkle, whose witty line drawings brighten the salon's holiday packaging. Given carte blanche by Bumble founder Michael Gordon, Arkle (who produces a zine, Peter Arkle News) doodled to his heart's content, creating, he said, "drawings that were as silly as I thought possible for this job." The results? Images of talking follicles, for Bigger Is Better thickening products, and hair styles in the shapes of countries, for the Jet Set travel-size shampoos. As one of Arkle's protagonists explains: "You can't give hair to someone you love … but you can give love to someone's hair."





Deanne Y. Cheuk
It's no surprise Deanne Cheuk was named a "young gun" by New York's Art Directors Club. In addition to art directing Tokion, a cult favorite bimonthly on fashion and graphic design, and catalogs for Urban Outfitters, the multitasker self-publishes Neomu, a palm-size flip-book magazine (proceeds go to charity), and is about to release her first hardcover tome, The Mushroom Girls Virus Book, a collection of her watercolors and collages. Oh yes, and did we mention she launched a clothing label, Liness, earlier this year? Slacker…

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Miss Van and Fornarina Vibe
French graffiti artist Miss Van has turned her catch-me-if-you-can beginnings into a mainstream moment. The Gallic tagger is collaborating on Fornarina Vibe, a collection from the Italian jeans line intended to give young artists a new canvas, as it were, for their work. Spring pieces feature Miss Van's saucy drawings on tees, accessories, and denim. "I've always liked painting a sexy doll in an inappropriate place," she said. "I want to provoke strong reactions." And hopefully, in this case, a strong urge to buy.


TAP Tees
When Valentine's Day rolls around, ask your honey for a TAP (Traffic Artists Products) tee. Anja Kroenke, Izak Zenou (of Henri Bendel ad fame), and other artists affiliated with NYC creative agency Traffic, have put Venus in Love in her many incarnations on ribbed, scoop-front, scoop-back, and jersey-style T-shirts. They hit stores in February.



Emmanuelle Mafille
Fresh off a collaboration with Japanese cult label United Arrows, French artist Emmanuelle Mafille is launching a limited edition collection this spring at Paris's Bon Marché. Her chic line drawings will appear on tees, dresses, scarves, and bags. "Since 16, I've made designs of everything wherever I can, as it is the only thing I really know how to do," Mafille said.


Zakee Shariff
There's a new Shariff in town. This London-based designer and trained reiki healer (whose new line of printed shoes arrives in stores next month) has covered her bedroom in mehndi wallpaper that she designed—a contemporary take on the art of henna painting—that, she says, lends any space "a feeling of warmth




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Emmanuelle Mafille
Fresh off a collaboration with Japanese cult label United Arrows, French artist Emmanuelle Mafille is launching a limited edition collection this spring at Paris's Bon Marché. Her chic line drawings will appear on tees, dresses, scarves, and bags. "Since 16, I've made designs of everything wherever I can, as it is the only thing I really know how to do," Mafille said.
I love this one, thanks for posting these

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this is a great topic...thanks space...
i really like the charles anastase calvin klein ad...

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excellent topic, space. from all those artists I'm only familiar with Charles Anastase, he's amazing.

theo stanley and whoever did that cute yellow box are now on my list of google searches:p ...unless you want to provide us some links

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ck choice is one of my favorite ads, its cool, and it makes jeisa look very good

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ooh lovely!! thanks so much for the topic and the lovely examples space

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thanks Space!!! I love the Deanne Y. Cheuk example posted, would like to see more of this artist's work. Fornarina partnering with artists like Miss Van is a great idea. I've been trying to do that locally with tshirts and jeans....I was just talking to a friend last nite about how I felt I needed to start drawing more often and she about sculpting.

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Another illustrator I found that I really liked...

Tina Berning
From Germany and recently drew some pictures for Vogue Japan. She has a wide variety of style and you can view more pictures at... http://www.tinaberning.de/
I couldn't find any detailed information, but here is a sample of her work...


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Wow I like her work! What about Jeffrey Fulvimari? I love his work!

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I love M/M Paris more than life itself. But they aren't really new.







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Deanne Cheuk

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Thanks, Spacemiu, for starting this lovely thread. I adore Deanne Cheuk's work as well.

My favourite fashion-related illustrations are Julie Verhoeven's trippy designs. And I like how grafitti artist Fafi has transferred some of her "girls" onto clothing.

I think Nylon always has some interesting illustrations in each issue.
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