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08:30 AM - 20 Sep 17
#JessineHein is inspired by everything from ghosts to insects, and has huge admiration for artists like… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
07:56 PM - 19 Sep 17
In more #gallery news, 'The Potential of Women' by Polly Apfelbaum @agrayassociates looks so colorful and fun! #arttwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
02:59 PM - 19 Sep 17
Who doesn't love a little abstract expressionism on a Tues? The John Chamberlain show at @gagosianny starts today!… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
12:00 PM - 19 Sep 17
08:45 AM - 19 Sep 17
A new children's non-fiction title #SeeInsideEnergy is #illustrated by the wondrous @peterandallen pub by @Usbornetwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
08:30 PM - 18 Sep 17
@JABissett shares lunch with TV & Radio presenter @MsMelanieSykes with some drawing and banter thrown in #fashiontwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
06:12 PM - 18 Sep 17
Went to visit two of the masters this weekend in Williamsburg! #streetart by Kobra! #illustration #popart #nyctwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
05:30 PM - 18 Sep 17
Happy Monday! We’re looking forward to the week ahead- A #personalpiece of art by @TheLitterBug #Art #designtwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
04:30 PM - 18 Sep 17
This week we are featuring #JessineHein who is known for her stunning #fashion and #beauty #ArtistOfTheWeek #designtwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
02:30 PM - 18 Sep 17
@DNAillustration creates an #illustration for @ContempOBGYN showing repair of perineal lacerations #labour #SciArttwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
12:46 PM - 18 Sep 17
This week we are featuring #JessineHein who is known for her stunning #fashion and #beauty #ArtistOfTheWeek #designtwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
11:30 AM - 18 Sep 17
#JürgenWillbarth creates a finely detailed #PassportCrest illustration for the Great Pacific Garbage Patch… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
08:30 AM - 18 Sep 17
See more fine illustration from leading fashion illustrator #AntonioSoares #Artist #illustration #Design #perfumetwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
04:41 AM - 18 Sep 17
Check out @andrewcselby's portfolio for more stunning artworks at illustrationweb.com/AndrewSelby twitter.com/andrewcselby/s…
01:30 PM - 17 Sep 17
Working traditionally with paints and a brush is one thing that sets @MoIllustrations apart #ArtistOfTheWeek #skilltwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
08:30 AM - 17 Sep 17
Working traditionally with paints and a brush is one thing that sets @MoIllustrations apart #ArtistOfTheWeek #skilltwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
06:33 PM - 15 Sep 17
Thanks @WorkbookArt for hosting a great party last night in Times Sq! We promise to be better at our jobs than we a… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

An Illustrated Arch Window

Jacqueline Bissett spends a day drawing on the Arch Window at gpstudio in London.

The Arch Window is a gallery within the premises of gpstudio - a retail design agency based in Southwark, SE1 who use their glass façade as a unique exhibition space. Jacqueline spent a day embellishing the window with her fashion drawings, using beauty, colour and luscious lines to attract attention to the space. Jacqueline writes of the experience -

"Each season for as long as I can remember,  I've worked on a reportage of the catwalks to familiarise myself with new colours, trends and styling details to assist with commissions and keep relevance in my fashion work. When I was asked to do something for the Arch windows with the possibility of working on the actual glass, I jumped at the chance to transfer this idea on a large scale. It's been years since I worked on this scale and never on a window so it was a pretty daunting task. The idea was to coincide with London Fashion Week but unfortunately I had work commitments in the Middle East so I had to postpone for a week or so. As a result I was able to look at photographs from LFW on The Strand (main arena) and see some of the collections to work on my reportage. My favourites were House of Holland- an amazing collection from Henry Holland's team which was vibrant and fun involving fun fur, Stetsons and thigh high 'Woody Woodpecker' boots- really 'out there' stuff! I deliberately chose garments that I'm not usually commissioned to draw so I could be totally self-indulgent whilst showing some of the newer designers with Global brands such as Armani, Miu Miu and Sportmax. I sketched out in rough format on the outside of the windows so I could amend the overall look without committing myself. There was only 1 figure that I changed from my layout in the end. I then moved inside (away from the biting winds!) to warm up and start the colour work. I had to work fast to finalise in one day so I kept it loose and sketchy and hopefully looking spontaneous. The hardest part was actually the writing which is harder than you think to write backwards! Drawing back to front is also a challenge but after the first few figures the style started to flow and strengthen. The whole thing took approx. 7 hours, just before the light started to fade!"

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