Accompanying illustration for a feature article on Courrèges, in Numéro's latest september issue. Out now.
Model: Jolie @ Select.
Make-up artist: Tina Solberg Torstad using M.A.C cosmetics
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
Sunday, 24 August 2014
Léa Seydoux continues to play Prada's fictional muse 'Candy' for their latest campaign for Candy Florale, the latest fragrance from the Italian house. Here Candy is illustrated by François Berthoud in a cartoon graphic novel, rendered in a two-tone technique referencing early comic strips.
Earlier in May this year Style.com introduced celebrated french illustrator Cédric Rivrain as their weekly contributor, who each week will continue to create a new piece of work for Style.com's Style File blog. While the contributions are not yet over, here are a selection of Rivrain's work thus far.
Alana Zimmer in Proenza Schouler
Liya Kebede in Louis Vuitton by Nicolas Ghesquiere, Fall 2014
Riley Montana in Nina Ricci
Devon Aoki in Jeremy Scott
Kayla Scott in Balmain
Binx Walton in Andre Walker
Hollie-May Saker in Miu Miu
Fei Fei Sun in Dior by Raf Simons
Kendall Jenner in Marc Jacobs
Kiko Mizuhara by Jeremy Scott
Adriana Lima in Jason Wu
Sasha Luss in Kenzo
Soo Joo Park in Chanel
Thursday, 7 August 2014
Mats Gustafson continues his collaborations with Christian Dior with a new series of works focusing on their Spring Summer 2014 couture collection. Simon's recognisable silhouettes for the house serve as the perfect muse for Gustafson's style, who is known for interpreting the timeless looks of french designers including Azzedine Alaia throughout his career.
View the article here.
View the article here.
Tuesday, 1 July 2014
Julian David AW14
With owner of Tom Greyhound Paris, David K
J.W. Anderson AW14 top (worn back to front)
Prints on display
Christopher Kane AW14 tshirt
Limited edition tops with prints available at Tom Greyhound
Lou Stoppard from SHOWstudio with friend
Kenzo AW14 tshirt
Kris Van Assche AW14 print shirt
With Laure from WWD - Womenswear Daily
Photos courtesy of Tom Greyhound Paris
Thursday, 19 June 2014
Thursday, 5 June 2014
As part of the line-up for House of Illustration's June schedule, I will be doing a presentation and talk on my work as an illustrator, and also as a promoter of the work of others, both for Decoy and regarding my upcoming book with Thames & Hudson on the best in contemporary menswear illustration.
For more details and tickets, please see the link here
Posted by Richard Kilroy at 13:00
Friday, 16 May 2014
As one half of art and design powerhouse M/M Paris, the artwork of Matthias Augustyniak has played an integral part in many of fashion's most notorious and memorable images. Providing elements of collage to the M/M Paris art directed campaigns of Givenchy, Balenciaga, Calvin Klein and Stella McCartney, and regular fully illustrated covers and editorials for Arena Homme + and Man About Town during M/M's creative direction, the presence of Augustyniak's recognisable work ranges from the sometimes subtle and complimentary to the dominating and aggressively pervasive.
His cover and editorial work with Willy Vandeperre for Arena Homme +'s f/w 2008/09 issue led to the original publication The Alphadicks, a series of 26 drawings inspired by the shoot. Click here to purchase.
text excerpt from M/M Paris official site:
"the book features a series of drawings by Mathias Augustyniak portraying twenty-six elegant young men, with giant phalli protruding from their backs, breaking out of their hats or placed delicately around their shoulders like animals after the hunt. A cheeky text in rhyme written by Glenn O’Brien, and entitled Dickheads, introduces the drawings, telling a story about men and their “two heads”.A series of ornamented numbers, sketched especially for the book, completes the illustrations in this volume, the first in a series of “?” that inaugurates M/M (Paris) publishing imprint."
From The Alphadicks
From Man About Town:
From Arena Homme +
From The Alphamen, originally photographed by Inez Van Lamswwerde and Vinoodh Matadin for V MAN premiere issue f/w 2003/04:
Previous Campaign work: