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Fashion Magazines Turned Into Beautiful Circus-Themed Illustrations

It’s true that most people enjoying doodling on things. Except unlike interior designer Ana Strumpf, our doodles do not look like this…

 fashion covers

Ana Strumpf is a fashion graduate from São Paulo but is now working as an interior and product designer. She’s been commissioned by Adidas + Jeremy Scott, Vogue Brazil, Gloss Magazine, and Nike, just to name a few. Her designs are cutesy and full of energy. My personal favourites are her Re.Cover series and Joe Carioca Walt Disney collection.

fashion covers

fashion covers

fashion covers

Now, it’s not something we haven’t seen before. Artists using fashion covers for their piece. Usually this involves a lot of mocking of the fashion industry for their shallowness and awkward photoshopped bodies. Strumpf does something different for her covers though. For Re.Cover, she plays up the covers of fashion magazines with a sharpie and DecoColor pens by filling them with bright geometric patterns. The results? It probably is best described as a cross hybrid drawing by Frida Kalo and Takashi Murakami. The festive doodles turned even the most minimalistic magazine covers into delightful circus fiestas in the most beautiful way.

fashion covers

fashion covers

fashion covers

In her other series, Joe Caricoca Walk Disney, is actually a homewear collection. It ranges everything from pillowcases to bags and they are just as fun as Re. Cover. They feature a healthy amount of sunny palm trees and Donald duck. I could surely use one of these Hawaiian themed pillows in my apartment…

pillows

pouch

tote bags

notebooks

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