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04:30 PM - 15 Dec 17
#BuffytheVampireSlayer : @DarkHorseComics ask #ArielleJovellanos to produce some art for a Buffy the Vampire Slayer… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
01:30 PM - 15 Dec 17
#TangWei loves to work hands-on, getting to know her materials and how they feel, whether its applying paint or wor… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
12:00 PM - 15 Dec 17
09:30 AM - 15 Dec 17
#TangWei loves to work hands-on, getting to know her materials and how they feel, whether its applying paint or wor… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
05:32 PM - 14 Dec 17
Happy holidays from all of us at @Illustrationweb ! Enjoy this festive #GIF by our lovely #artist Fionna Fernandes!… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
04:00 PM - 14 Dec 17
A cool watercolour of #StarWars character #BB8 in honour of the movie premier Star Wars: The Last Jedi by… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
01:00 PM - 14 Dec 17
Here is self-initiated piece by #AmreeWeaver thats full of wintery colours and a lovely narrative #artisttwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
01:00 PM - 14 Dec 17
Here is self-initiated piece by #AmreeWeaver thats full of wintery colours and a lovely narrative #artisttwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
09:50 AM - 14 Dec 17
Here’s a humorous promotional video done by #Gordei - Check out his animation portfolio here #artist #illustratortwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
06:47 PM - 13 Dec 17
This rainbow #mural in Greenpoint by Rubin415 sure brightened our days! #streetart #artist #nyc #brooklyn #painting
05:30 PM - 13 Dec 17
A nice punchy #magazine cover illustration by #StuartHolmes for the @WheatonCollege #Alumni magazine #designtwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
02:30 PM - 13 Dec 17
Here is something great to read over your next coffee break! The Art licensing blog - a write up on (Paul Daviz)… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
01:30 PM - 13 Dec 17
#TangWei starts a project with a #pencildrawing and will then go on to add #acrylicpaint or #watercolourtwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
11:00 AM - 13 Dec 17
#TheLouisVuittonTour : @JABissett completes four successful events at @LouisVuitton #stores across the #UKtwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
09:00 AM - 13 Dec 17
#TangWei starts a project with a #pencildrawing and will then go on to add #acrylicpaint or #watercolourtwitter.com/i/web/status/9…
04:25 AM - 12 Dec 17
This week we are featuring #Chinese artist #TangWei who brings projects to life by adding layers of intrigue, colou… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
06:22 PM - 11 Dec 17
Oh hello there! #Streetart snail by Mark Makatron spotted on Bedford Ave in #Brooklyn! #painting #nyc #artist

150 Years of P&O Ferries

Publicis Media London ask Lucia Emanuela Curzi to get onboard for a P&O Ferries influencers campaign.

The project was to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the ferry fleet who operate from the UK to various destinations in Europe. Lucia was tasked with recreating a fashion design inspired by the twenties and to be part of a video campaign documenting her work and inspirations, "Such an honour to work with this agency!" she explains, "I travel back in my favourite fashionable time, the roaring Twenties! I recreate a fashion design of the era when cruising was a luxury for few glamorous ladies! These years inspired the most established fashion trends in  history!" Lucia looked back at the old fashion illustrations of the era including geometric architecture and motifs, travel posters and Man Ray’s pictures, she continues, "In the 20s, cruising on the extravagant ocean liners was a fashionable pastime for the very wealthy and in Paris fashion designers started specialising in holiday wear, Parisian couture dominated, led by Chanel, Schiaparelli and Vionnet.  Women understand luxury and water simplicity, practical knee-length, pleated, drop waisted dresses set a new standard of elegance, liberating the figures  from their stereotypical fashion silhouettes. Art Deco inspired dazzling Cubist and geometric motifs, the backdrop to the garments were as important as the clothes themselves and depicted a theatrical world of opulence, luxury and the glamour." Watch the video.

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