If fashion illustrations were drawn in a similar style to these idiosyncratic Jessica Singh renderings, they’d no doubt have much more universal appeal. Even if you aren’t a clothing connoisseur, you can appreciate the wonderful artistry of the patterns, colors and ideas found within Singh’s work. Blending techniques and motifs from a myriad of cultures, these pictorials are a cornucopia of worldly art that should be experienced by all.
Jessica Singh is an illustrator currently based in Melbourne, though her art has taken her around the globe. She explains that her art is heavily inspired by, "song lyrics…, ceremonial costume, traditional folk art, Indian comic books [and] natural forms." The influences definitely show in her pieces as she depicts futuristic geisha-like females too cool to exist in present-day society.
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