Tagged: paper cut
This is what Bjørn Brochmann wishes to see under the tree this year. Read about it in todays D2 Magazine or here.
Classic tailoring with a twist: So sharp that you’d better watch out for paper cuts when tying a Windsor. For D2′s article on the French high-end shirt maker Charvet, we sharpened our scalpels to make these cutting edge paper illustrations. To see the Wing, Round, Spread and Button-down, click here. Ready for assembly Buttons down [...]
Illuminating the Invisible
We were appointed by D2 magazine to do the illustrations for a cover story on perfume. On our first meeting I presented these sketches – pastels on coloured paper. Although well received, there were expressed concerns about the “crudeness” of the sketches – admittedly, there was a certain “art-schoolish” flair to them (which I thought [...]