Latest TASCHEN publications revives the legacy of folktales classics. The tales are accompanied by exquisite vintage illustrations from the past 200 years, including masterpieces from the legendary Danish artist Kay Nielsen, British artists Walter Crane and Arthur Rackham, and giants of 19th-century German illustration Gustav Süs, Heinrich Leutemann, and Viktor Paul Mohn. An extra-large fine
This Helsinki-based fashion illustrator is well-known for creating her striking images of dancing slender muses with flowing hair. Her whimsical unique handwriting has caught the attention of clients all over the globe including top retailers and magazines such as Vogue and The New York Times. The recent postcard project in collaboration with Fashionary tells the
In the 1880s Illustration entered a prolific era that is generally regarded as a Golden Age. This happened because of the convergence of a number of factors : new printing techniques were being developed, paper production was becoming much cheaper, railways facilitated distribution throughout the continent, and the population was becoming wealthier as industrialization progressed.
Current Inspirational Flow is featuring a true wonders : Valentino Resort 17 collection, a Fantastic Beasts of the medieval manuscripts ( British Library exhibition which will be devoted to the 20th anniversary of the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone ), Russian photographer Elena Shumilova , Alexander Votsmush watercolour illustrations, Full Grown project of
Edmund Dulac is bringing us back to the glorious heritage of so-called Golden Age of Illustration (1880s – 1930) He was one of the most memorable artists and was born in 1882, 15 year after another icon of that era illustrator Arthur Rackham. He was born in Toulouse, France and was artistically inclined from very
The style and history
1892 – 1940. Part 1
In 1892, Arthur Turnure founded Vogue as a weekly newspaper in the United States, sponsored by Kristoffer Wright;
the first issue was published on December 17 of that year, with a cover price of 10 cents (equivalent to $2.64 in 2015).