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Gladys Perint Palmer 
This sketch — completed with ink, paint, pastels, and glitter, no less — of a Christian Lacroix look circa 2009 is simply to die for. It’s no surprise, really, given Palmer’s impressive resume. The artist has worked with everyone from the New York Times to the Museum of Modern Art and countless top-notch publications in between. 
(Image courtesy of Fashion Illustration Gallery. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Gladys Perint Palmer 

This sketch — completed with ink, paint, pastels, and glitter, no less — of a Christian Lacroix look circa 2009 is simply to die for. It’s no surprise, really, given Palmer’s impressive resume. The artist has worked with everyone from the New York Times to the Museum of Modern Art and countless top-notch publications in between. 

(Image courtesy of Fashion Illustration Gallery. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Peek-a-Boo
By Jenny Bahn
Artist Vanessa Prager turned me onto this amazing coloring book just in time for holiday shopping. “Hidden Feathers: Creature Camouflage” by illustrator Adam Turner describes itself as “a fun and creative way to help birds conceal themselves or creatively uncover them.” Its relative difficulty makes it a gift worth giving to kids and adults alike. If you’re looking for art supplies, eBay has all the markers, crayons, and pastels a person could ask for.
(Photo: Courtesy of Vanessa Prager)

Peek-a-Boo

By Jenny Bahn

Artist Vanessa Prager turned me onto this amazing coloring book just in time for holiday shopping. “Hidden Feathers: Creature Camouflage” by illustrator Adam Turner describes itself as “a fun and creative way to help birds conceal themselves or creatively uncover them.” Its relative difficulty makes it a gift worth giving to kids and adults alike. If you’re looking for art supplies, eBay has all the markers, crayons, and pastels a person could ask for.

(Photo: Courtesy of Vanessa Prager)

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Damien Doodles

By Jenny Bahn

No one captures the playful vibrancy of the fashion industry quite like illustrator Damien Florebert Cuypers. Using soft, chunky lines and impressionistic tendencies, Damien is able to convey the likenesses of fashion mainstays such as Alexa Chung, Giovanna Battaglia, and Scott Schuman of The Sartorialist without coming off as predictable or obvious. His unique talents have been commissioned by everyone from T Magazine to the online website of all things gorgeous, Nowness.com. He’s also illustrated a beautiful French children’s book by author Arthur Rimbaud, Le Bateau Ivre

(Images courtesy of Damien Florebert Cuypers)