Twenty-Seven Names

thanks to lisa for making me aware of new zealand label twenty-seven names & their rad winter 2012 lookbook.

their portraits project is pretty gorgeous, too.

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Wil Freeborn

i will always remember my illustration lecturer at university telling us repeatedly that the best illustrators and comic book artists always had their sketchbook with them, and were always drawing. any spare moment was spent observing, sketching and perfecting their craft. that is of course completely true and a philosophy that certainly applies to any skill.

so i was immediately taken back to that classroom when i saw the pages of Wil Freeborn’s incredible sketchbooks. had mixed feelings of admiration and jealousy when browsing through these – what a talent.

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martine johanna

love it. love it. love it. drawings by martine johanna. recognise the ladies?

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marchesa casati / mayken

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city of many waters

illustrations from this book about new york by fritz buzze, 1956

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the frock collection by anja louise verdugoPainted clothing, mostly from the 20′s and 30′s, based on ebay photos of things I couldn’t buy. An upgrade from the low-quality ebay photos, and a way to have these items without actually owning the frocks.

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MGU’s original drawings at etsy

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ritz to the titz

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