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Fashion Illustration by Fashion Designers Hardcover – March 5, 2008
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I was hoping to buy a book I could pour over, and really sink my teeth into each drawing, but most of the drawings are minimalist, generically styled, or dated looking. I also assumed, even if the actual drawing didn't inspire, that the book would provide a really inside, intimate look into the creative process with handwritten notes or detailed description, but alas, it does not. The book covers a huge range of designers offering a few illustrations from each along side a very brief half-paragraph about who they are (often information you could find in wikipedia). It seems more quantity over quality.Read more ›
This is not a How-to-draw-fashion book (and thank god!) for there are far too many of those HACK-books: dreadfully boring, mediocre, unstylish and uninspiring books that never seems to be in touch with ANY kind fashion. This is the kind of book that really inspires a fashion professional or student.
The cover seems a very odd choice considering all the knock-out art inside. Alot of people have mentioned they would never be attracted to open the book based on the cover.
As with most books I've taken this one out from the library for a test run but I will buy this book!
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I really like this book. it's very helpful since I'm not that good illustrating. it's good to know that fashion designers don't need to have amazing illustrations.Published on December 25, 2011 by lees
This is a fabulous book which I found both inspiring and amazing. It has helped me understand that not everything has to be perfectly drawn to get my ideas across. Read morePublished on January 8, 2011 by D. J. McGowan