During the process of creating the zine, I came up with an idea of collaboration with other creatives. First thing I thought about was an illustration. I remembered that one of my closest friends back from Poland, Asia, is an amazing illustrator with creative ideas and a lot of passion. I sent her pictures that inspired my zine and few illustrations that I found interesting.

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I also highlighted that my main colours are red and yellow.

Screen Shot 2017-10-29 at 20.28.23During two hours, she came up with an idea, project, and finally – a ready image. I loved our collaboration, as Asia listened to me, my comments and created something unique and perfect for my zine.


final illustration by Asia Jagielnicka

At the same time, I tried to create something on my own. With my little illustration skills, I decided to draw on paper and then scan it. I used techniques we’ve been taught in Fashion Visualisation module last year. At the end, I felt that the effects weren’t really suitable for my publication, but I had fun creating them.

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