featured on Store 44 Reps. This month we catch up with fashion illustrator Giulio Iurissevich.
Artist at a Glance:
Name: Giulio Iurissevich
Location: Northeast Italy
Education: The distances from formal education.
Medium: Digital mixed media on bitmap and vector illustrations.
Influences: The troubles I've had.
Passion: Dogs, music, and nature.
Weapon of Choice: Wacom Tablet
Reading List: Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach, The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand,
Total Freedom: The Essential Krishnamurti
Clients: White magazine, Marie Claire, Elle, Estee Lauder.
Dream Job: Creating happiness with my work.
Follow on: Twitter, Facebook
Our interview begins after the jump.
You’re a designer and illustrator. Do you consider yourself one more than the other? How do you approach your different styles and what makes them similar?
What are some of the challenges associated with combining styles and mediums? Vector art vs. collage and assemblage?
What is it like working with different agencies? How did it broaden your view of the agency/art world?
How does your local region affect your work? What is the market like for your work compared to the rest of the world?
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Contributed by Austin Cyr and Michael Muratore