An exclusively-commissioned print by Frances Stanfield for the AW 13-14 edition of .Cent, The Artist Issue, guest edited by internationally renowned makeup artist Alex Box. This illustration is Frances’ rendition of the Jil Sander AW 13-14 catwalk.
Printed on artist paper, and signed by the artist. Available to buy from a limited edition set of 10 prints. http://centmagazine.co.uk/jil-sander-aw-13-14-illustration-by-frances-stanfield/8313

An exclusively-commissioned print by Frances Stanfield for the AW 13-14 edition of .Cent, The Artist Issue, guest edited by internationally renowned makeup artist Alex Box. This illustration is Frances’ rendition of the Jil Sander AW 13-14 catwalk.

Printed on artist paper, and signed by the artist. Available to buy from a limited edition set of 10 prints. http://centmagazine.co.uk/jil-sander-aw-13-14-illustration-by-frances-stanfield/8313

Zoe Irvin is an illustrator. She is a regular contributor of .Cent. To name a few: The ‘Seeing Stories, Telling Pictures’ Issue and The ‘Live’ Issue. 

Get this and more beautiful #Illustrations by Zoe Irvin from our current Patchwork Issue, guest-edited by Iain R. Webb, in our gallery: http://digital.centmagazine.co.uk/patchwork-gallery/ 

Also visit http://digital.centmagazine.co.uk/ for more articles about fashion, architecture and art.

Enjoy and get inspired!

Zoe Irvin is an illustrator. She is a regular contributor of .Cent. To name a few: The ‘Seeing Stories, Telling Pictures’ Issue and The ‘Live’ Issue. 

Get this and more beautiful #Illustrations by Zoe Irvin from our current Patchwork Issue, guest-edited by Iain R. Webb, in our gallery: http://digital.centmagazine.co.uk/patchwork-gallery/ 

Also visit http://digital.centmagazine.co.uk/ for more articles about fashion, architecture and art.

Enjoy and get inspired!

Guest editor of The Heartbeat Issue, Jo Malone, shares with us the books that transplanted her into its location. One of which is The Hundred-Foot Journey by Richard C. Morais, which takes place in India. Anna Urik’s photography of India took us on a journey filled with smells and sensations.Read “Literal Landscape” and many more articles in our magazine: http://digital.centmagazine.co.uk/literal-landscape/
Follow us on Twitter to get the latest news: https://twitter.com/Centmagazine

Guest editor of The Heartbeat Issue, Jo Malone, shares with us the books that transplanted her into its location. One of which is The Hundred-Foot Journey by Richard C. Morais, which takes place in India. Anna Urik’s photography of India took us on a journey filled with smells and sensations.

Read “Literal Landscape” and many more articles in our magazine: http://digital.centmagazine.co.uk/literal-landscape/

Follow us on Twitter to get the latest news: https://twitter.com/Centmagazine

Fariah Garner contributed with her beautiful illustration to the ‘Psyche Music’ literary piece published in The Heartbeat Issue, guest-edited by Jo Malone.

Fariah Garner is an illustrator/writer in the UK. She is embarking on her first children’s ebook and will soon be exhibiting her designs in Brick Lane Gallery, London.

Read “Psyche Music” and many more articles on our website: http://digital.centmagazine.co.uk/psych-music/#0

Follow us on Twitter to get the latest news: https://twitter.com/Centmagazine

Fariah Garner contributed with her beautiful illustration to the ‘Psyche Music’ literary piece published in The Heartbeat Issue, guest-edited by Jo Malone.

Fariah Garner is an illustrator/writer in the UK. She is embarking on her first children’s ebook and will soon be exhibiting her designs in Brick Lane Gallery, London.

Read “Psyche Music” and many more articles on our website: http://digital.centmagazine.co.uk/psych-music/#0

Follow us on Twitter to get the latest news: https://twitter.com/Centmagazine

This dreamscape illustration for the article called ‘We are all Jung’ (in The The Cornucopia Issue, guest edited by New York based artist Sebastiaan Bremer) by Joachim Sperl is his rendition of Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist Carl Jung’s influence on five of Sebastiaan’s favourite books: Rilke’s On Love and Other Difficulties, Memory Chalet by Tony Judt, White Tiger by Aravind Adiga, A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius by Dave Eggers, and Netherland by Joseph O’Neill.

Prints are availablre on our website: http://centmagazine.co.uk/joachim-sperl-illustration/6077

This dreamscape illustration for the article called ‘We are all Jung’ (in The The Cornucopia Issue, guest edited by New York based artist Sebastiaan Bremer) by Joachim Sperl is his rendition of Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist Carl Jung’s influence on five of Sebastiaan’s favourite books: Rilke’s On Love and Other Difficulties, Memory Chalet by Tony Judt, White Tiger by Aravind Adiga, A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius by Dave Eggers, and Netherland by Joseph O’Neill.

Prints are availablre on our website: http://centmagazine.co.uk/joachim-sperl-illustration/6077