Greek illustration by hand of Konstantin Vraziotis and his “Coco”

posted on November 22nd 2012 in Drawing & Illustration with 0 Comments

Born in Greece in 1975, Konstantin Vraziotis studied fashion design and originally gained recognition in the field of fashion illustration. He has created illustrations for some of the world’s leading fashion magazines and works with publishing houses in Australia and Tokyo.

His art, revolving around the enigmatic fashion icon “Coco” – his central heroine and muse – combines traditional techniques and digital media, and his references draw from various sources, most notably fashion and Byzantine iconography. His extremely recognizable artistic signature can most accurately be described as macabre pop and surrealism.

His work has been included in Taschen’s “Ιllustration Now”, Volume 2 – the edition that presents the world’s best graphic designers – as well as in Martin Dawber’s “Big Book of Contemporary Illustration”.

Konstantin Vraziotis presenting some of his artworks.

If you want to know more about him and his projects, you can follow his Behance portfolio, his USEUM profile or get some of his royalty free and stock photos here.


Illustration credits: Konstantin Vraziotis.

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