Jordanian fashion illustrator Shamekh Bluwi creates sketches of models on paper, which he “dresses” depending on the background.
The artist cuts off the sketches and places them in front of real-life landscapes – buildings, trees or clouds -, to create patterns for the dresses. Most of Bluwi’s art uses Amman, his hometown, as the background.
Like Ramon Bruin’s 3d drawings , Bluwi’s sketches depend on the way they are photographed however, it’s not just about the angle but about the right amount of color and the background’s pattern as well.
With this technique, the artist, who also has a major in architecture, celebrates both fashion and architecture in ever-changing illustrations that are connected to the world around him.