Thesis project consisting on an illustrated magazine titled “Antea for Delpozo”, presented on graduation.
The project take origin from a study focused on fashion illustration as innovative and narrative instrument for documenting fashion during the early decades of the twentieth century, similarly to fashion blogs at the beginning of this century.
The narrative element was exactly my beginning point to design an imaginary catalogue for a real brand, structured as a magazine and focused on a “web-heroin” named Antea. She is a fashion blogger or a socializer, a sort of modern princess, so the tales that I narrate in the magazine are “web tales”, placed on social networks and blog posts. Illustrating her stories, I played with different languages and iconographies. The resulting mix of illustration with photography and graphics, reproduces the typical web multilayer dimension, where decorative and narrative elements contrast and define each other.
Fashion, Fashion Illustration, Graphic Design, Illustration
February 25, 2016
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