Working on some new drawings, attempting to simplify the composition, and focus on the line work.
Photos I took backstage and during the runway show of one of the most interesting designers, Naeem Khan.
View the images in the gallery below.
See more of my work during New York fashion week at Modern Glossy.
Image from a recent photo shoot with Blue. I am currently working on a short film loosely based on my graphic novel, Two Machines. This film will focus on the revenge of three female assassins who take revenge on a rival gang, and their unscrupulous leader who has possession of a very dangerous technology that will change the future of humanity. The title is tentatively called Sister Vengeance.
Panels from the forthcoming Two Machines • © Stevyn Llewellyn
I recently submitted a t-shirt design contest for the charity Give2Asia. Japan is still struggling every day to emerge from the recent devastation from the Earthquake and Tsunami. I am now among the five finalists to win, show some support and please vote for my design here. Vote now through May 20th.
Photo of the lovely Kayo from Neo Blues Maki at the Arts and Crafts fundraiser event for Japan.
I sold one of My Maiko photos I took in Kyoto last year at the event, which you can see below.
In the gallery below are the 13 watercolor collages I made for the art exhibition, “Single Fare 2: Please Swipe Again” at Sloan Fine Art. All of these were painted on used MetroCards.
Show Hours and Information
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 17th, from 5 to 9 pm
Exhibition: Friday, March 18 through Saturday, March 26, 2011
Gallery Hours: Noon to 6pm (Closed Monday & Tuesday)
Earlier this year, I had the privilege of meeting fashion designer Elisa Palomino. She had previously designed for fashion houses such John Galliano, Cavalli, Dior, and Diane Von Furstenberg. After seeing her extraordinary debut collection, I was inspired to make a short film. Over the past few months, I have been compiling footage of her building the second collection after launching her own label in February with her husband, Tristan Von Christann. My approach to this short documentary was to emphasize the craft of the collection itself. This video focuses on a few key pieces of her Spring 2011 collection, and an inside look at Elisa’s design process. See Elisa’s entire collection here.