James Jean

James Jean is a Taiwanese-American artist, known for his commercial and fine art gallery work. He is known in the American comics industry for various works published by DC Comics. He’s also noted for his commercial work for Prada, ESPN and Atlantic Records.

Jean was commissioned in 2007 by Prada to create a mural for their Epicenter stores in New York and Los Angeles. He also created a backdrop for Prada’s Spring/Summer 2008 show in Milan. Elements of Jean’s mural were transformed into prints by Prada and used across clothing, handbags, shoes, and packaging.

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Manuel Rebollo

Manuel Rebollo, is a Graphic Designer and Illus­tra­tor based in Sala­manca, Spain. He cur­rently works free­lance in the field of design and illus­tra­tion. He is known in particular for his edgy fashion illustrative style.

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Raphael Vicenzi

Originally an aspiring graphic or web designer, self taught illustrator Raphael Vicenzi found that neither of these paths where to his liking. He instead focused himself on training and developing his illustration skills, and the result is his freelance pseudo Mydeadpony.

Raphaël’s illustrations are a mix of soft, delicate lines, strong colour pallets and outlines. The result is deep textured pieces that both capture the imagination, and hold interest. Raphaël combines hand painted watercolours, doodles, textures and combines them in Photoshop with a few effects to give the desired outcome.

View Raphaël’s Behance page, and website, to see more of his great work.

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Camila Do Rosario

Brazilian fashion illustrator Camila Do Rosario mixes media to create bright sumptuous works from her moleskin to her digital collages or detailed hand drawings. She tells that everything inspires her.

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Anja Van Herle

Born in Belgium in 1969, Anja Van Herle combines a European sense of high fashion in her artwork with an American sense of wonder. She later relocated to Los Angeles, where she now concentrates on figurative paintings that are inspired by
both classic and contemporary fashion while exploring issues of identity, emotion and human interrelationships. Anja’s women are playfully sexy, and their expressions and eyes tell
stories that go far beyond the simple exhibition of fine fashion.

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