Swedish illustrator Stina Persson is an internationally acclaimed illustrator and artist. Her vibrant, bold and recognizable work with beautiful watercolors can be seen in advertising campaigns, fashion magazines, galleries and private collections all over the world. Her style is colorful and full of aliveness and so is the fabulous T-shirt she designed for Face This. How did Stina experience this project?
How cool! Super duper artist and designer Penfold a.k.a. Tim Greshman added Face This to a sweepstaking list of high-end brands he already designed for such as Smirnoff, Adidas and Microsoft. Thinking about if he wanted to design for the new Face This t-shirt collection, was definitely ‘a no brainer’. Meet Face This’ hot new t-shirt designer who makes the drawing of Indonesian girl Rani ‘shine’.
Artist Martina Paukova is a Berlin based artist. She also works there as a freelance illustrator. Some of her clients include The New York Times, Converse, Wired Magazine en Refinery 29. Her style is colorful, fresh and graphic and so is the amazing Face This T-shirt she designed for us! In this exclusive interview, journalist Michele Bevoort talked with Martina about her Face This T-shirt. How did Martina experience this project?
You are here:Home During our anniversary we want to celebrate big: international artists take on the designs of three child drawings from one of our schools in Indonesia. The designs can be found on our t-shirts in the new collection. One of the designers is Jimmy Turrell, a graphic designer from England who is known for…
One of the artists who has created a Face This T-shirt for our latest anniversary collection, is artist Ricardo Cavolo. You have probably stumbled upon the Spanish artist’ work on different top notch urban lifestyle platforms such as Hypebeast or Complex. Cavolo also counts quite the collaborations on his CV, as he collaborated with nonetheless than renowned fashion houses Gucci and Alexander McQueen. For our Face This T-shirt he collaborated with an Indonesian school kid. Fashion journalist Karine Bloem had a little chat with the artist.
What really makes Ricardo Cavolo tick is creating meaningful art: “I’m really interested in minorities, outsiders, or just the people that are considered less standard in our society. Now I use my art to give them a voice and show them with all their magic.”
Artist Cody Hudson is an inspiration for a lot of artists out there. The work of the Chicago based artist comes in lots of different forms and sizes: snowboards, T-shirts, ads, and so on. Also his client lists is stacked with awesome brands like Vans, Volcom, Nike SB, Pitchfork, Red Bull and Converse. We are extremely proud Cody took the time to create a Face This T-shirt using our Indonesian kids’ drawings. In this exclusive interview, Cody talks about his T-shirt.
Marguerite Sauvage is one of the artists who voluntarily created a Face This tee with the drawings made by the Indonesian kids. Creating chic modern illustrations that capture the lifestyle of today’s trendsetters Margeurite´s illustrations quickly seduced titles and brands such as Elle, Cosmopolitan, Le Figaro, Reader Digest, Louis Vuitton, LVMH, L’Oréal, PlayStation, Apple and Marie Claire. We’ve asked her some questions about our collaboration.
Kate Gibb is one of the artists who voluntarily created a Face This tee with the drawings made by the Indonesian kids. She’s known for her extensive collaboration with The Chemical Brothers for whom she designed mostly all their album sleeves for. We’ve asked her some questions about our collaboration.
David Despau is one of the artists who voluntarily created a Face This tee with the drawings made by the Indonesian kids. David originally studied architecture but soon found himself drawn to art, eventually graduating with a degree in design. Since then, he has worked on projects for DC Comics and Warner Bros., as well as Time magazine, Burton, and ESPN magazine. We’ve asked him some questions about our collaboration.
Cecilia Carlstedt is one of the artists who voluntarily created a men’s and a women’s Face This T-shirt with the drawings made by the Indonesian kids. She has been commissioned by a wide variety of clients, but her beautifully composed, stylish and colourful work has naturally endeared her to the world of fashion. She likes to combine drawing with various media for a rich and unpredictable expression, and finds inspiration in fashion and art – and especially in exploring secluded places with her camera.