I WANT TO SEE:
Sydney Van Dyke
Gustaf Von Arbin
RECENTLY VIEWED ARTISTS
HOW WE WORK
SITE DESIGN BY STUDIO LIN
HOW WE WORK
GIVE US THE BRIEF: YOUR OBJECTIVE, VISION, VIBE, SPECIFICATIONS, PARAMETERS, VISUAL REFERENCES, ETC.
WE'LL SUGGEST A GOOD ARTIST TO MATCH, OR YOU CAN JUST SCROLL THROUGH OUR ROSTER AND FALL IN LOVE.
TOGETHER WE COME UP WITH A FEE THAT FAIRLY ADDRESSES COMPLEXITY, MEDIA AND USAGE TIME FOR YOUR CHOSEN ARTIST.
YOU SIGN OUR ESTIMATE THEN WE PUT YOU DIRECTLY IN TOUCH WITH THE ARTIST TO GET STARTED. BUT WE'RE ALWAYS JUST A CALL OR EMAIL AWAY IF YOU NEED ANYTHING AT ALL.
ILLUSTRATION... SAVES THE DAY
The New Yorker, Vogue, Elle, Bon and Tush, among the commercial clients, one finds H&M, Miu Miu, NK, Net-a-Porter, Vagabond, Kappahl, MAC Cosmetics, Sephora, Anna Sui, and Rodebjer. Liselotte is also a highly sought-after set designer, among her clients in that field are JC, Volvo, Marabou, NK, Bon, Elle, Rodebjer and TV4.
Liselotte Watkins, born 1971, attended The Art Institute of Dallas and launched her career as an illustrator in New York.
Her unique style garnered immediate attention and she landed a prestigious assignment to illustrate Barney's make-up advertising every sunday in the New York Times.
Liselotte's aesthetic is unmatchable and stunningly original. She continues to refine and transform her style as she takes on styling and prop assignments, which has helped advance her visual language.
Liselotte was based in New York for five years, but today she works out of Milan and Stockholm. She has published two books, "Watkin's Heroine" and "Watkin's box of pin-ups", which will soon be followed by "Watkin's no.1".