Is she really that skinny? Does she have flawless skin? Are her legs really that long?
London, UK (PRWeb UK) July 21, 2009
"Is she really that skinny? Does she have flawless skin? Are her legs really that long?"
Since Photoshop has transformed the way we view photography, the perfect fashion shot is losing its credibility and designers are now turning to fashion illustration to define their new looks. With a swirl of colour and a sharp line, a style, a trend, even an attitude can be defined. The final effect is one that no camera can duplicate. Just as fashion sketching has been an important step in all phases of garment creation, the artwork is now being seen on the front pages of magazines such as Vogue and Elle.
One of Europe's leading illustrators today is Natalie Ferstendik. Having long been established within the fashion and illustration world, Natalie's work is now finding acclaim across the fine arts.
Since her first commission for Vogue, this talented illustrator has graced the pages of leading fashion magazines including Vogue, Elle, Tatler, Harper's and Queen and the Sunday Times Style magazine. Designs for leading fashion houses and giant window displays at Printemps and Harvey Nichols are just a few highlights.
Her new artwork, a limited edition 5-color screen print in an unusual palette of sage green, eau de nil and tangy fluorescent lemon, finished with lush gold foil blocking "Florence" is available online from 26th June at the Nelly Duff Gallery