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Fashionarium 's Contributors
From Time to time we invite some awesome talented people to write guest posts on Fashionarium. Here is a short description of who they are:Jennifer Lilya - Fashion Illustrator
Jennifer Lilya has been illustrating fashion since the early ’90s after graduating from FIT. Lilya is a freelance fashion illustrator now and lives in Brooklyn NYC. Her clients include ELLE, WWD, Timex, Katy Perry, Stila, Sephora, Travel + Leisure, California Closets, and many more.
”My love of runway sketching has afforded me opportunities to work with magazines, ad agencies, fashion designers & graphic artists. I specialize in traditional fashion illustration, but with a modern edge & witty hand-lettering. All of my work is done in acrylic paint & black ink on paper. “
- Website: Jennifer Lilya Fashion Illustration
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- Read Jennifer Lilya ‘s guest editorials on Fashionarium
________________________________________________________________Robert Tirado - Fashion Illustrator & Teacher at Instituto Europeo di Design
Represented by: Lemonade illustration agency
Robert Tirado is an illustrator and graphic artist, professor of design of the “Istituto Europeo di Design”, * FDI * Madrid.
His style is characterized by mixing a wide variety of digital and manual techniques, mainly inspired by female beauty, fashion and photography, supported by the geometry, art and music.
Among its clients are advertising agencies, art galleries, musicians, clothing brands and print media magazines such as Glamour, Playboy, fossil, Courtney Love, Gavroche, Distintiction gallery, Top laptop.
Tirado has had the opportunity to exhibit his work in major galleries in America and Europe, including London Miles * London *, Nucleus gallery * LA *, * LA * New Puppy or Art Basel Miami * *.
His works have been published in books like “The great big book of fashion illustration * anova books, UK * and” Back to the roots * Belio, Spain * … as well as in prestigious magazines like Computer Arts UK, Territory magazine, Belio, Kurv, juxtapoz * online *, among others.
Teaching experience for over 8 years, currently teaches portfolio, sketch and color in the schools of product design, interior design and fashion “IED” * FDI, Madrid.
Another way to share scrapbooks?
I’m always in search of a better way to collect and catalog stuff that I see around me or on the web.
It’s been years now that I look for the proper flow, but there is always something where I get stuck, like SHARING.
Actually we are in 5 in office and we are trying various system to share our beautiful collections of articles/photos/images/fonts, but till now nothing has properly worked (Evernote,Ember, little snapper ftp).
Personally now I’m using DevonThink and for me is the best but speaking about sharing it’s a drama.
Today I’ve read about using Dropbox has a digital scrapbook to share with others: I’m going to try it and let you know. If you have better way to share collection please comment.
This is the technique to achieve the scrapbook sharing in Dropbox:
- Register to Dropbox service (free or paid account is the same)
- Look for the photos folder in your dropbox, this is a specific folder where images that you upload become galleries.
- Create a folder inside it, this is the one that you all share, so put inside sub categories (ex. scrapbook)
- Right click on the folder and invite other people, send to all your collaborator, or change the shared folder options.
- Download the local app of Dropbox, this is not obligatory but make the flow much faster.
- Upload some images, by dragging and dropping in the folder.
- Done! now you can see you gallery online or even download the whole folder already zipped.
- You can also share the gallery with not subscribed people by giving them the share link that you find at the beginning of the gallery page.
P.S. we will try this for a couple of days and post other tips and tricks, and let you know, I’ve already had an idea about how to optimize images before uploading to keep Dropbox fluid and lite, and another idea on how to share you mockup with clients without having to trouble with Megaupload or YouSendIt.