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Vogue Italia


Delving into one of many over-fed art folders, I stumbled across this fashion illustration from last year... it's actually one of my first attempts at drawing. It's probably not the best representation of my fanciful aspirations to one day actually illustrate a cover for Vogue, but I hope you like it nonetheless!  

Inspired by Dioni Tabbers by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Italia July 2010

Comments

Carina Joana said…
Aww, its great!
Lola La Fleur said…
Nice drawing!
Anonymous said…
love your blog and art so much!
Melissa said…
i really love your illustrations- do you commission your work?

http://purpletweed.blogspot.com

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