Edgy fashion editorial collages by Stephanie Lopes Simoes


Edgy fashion editorial collages by Stephanie Lopes Simoes

on Behance and Instagram

Stephanie Lopes Simoes is a graphic designer from South Africa, now living and working in Antwerp, Belgium. Stephanie’s main focus lies on creating collage illustrations from fashion editorial photography. Her work keeps the editorial feel from the original photograph, yet by adding layers of paint, ink and texture Stephanie gives the photos a new life and an edge. The models in her pieces turn from a pretty face into a mysterious, edgy beings: pieces of modern art.


6 thoughts on “Edgy fashion editorial collages by Stephanie Lopes Simoes

  1. Great new theme!

    I think it’s more simply and conveniently. I guess, that features are immensely important now. Basically, it looks more better. Colors of menu letters is white and this makes orientation while reading uncomfortable. And you hid the widgets! I think, this is a right step as improvement your landing page. The new colors is softer. Looks nice! As a zest, I advise you to remove ‘Blog at WordPress’ from the bottom. However, as you want.

    Best wishes, Vanina!

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    1. Vadim,
      sorry, but the themes are not, my first concern, I may be leaving wordpress!

      I am exhausted by personal troubles.
      It is certain that if someone had been able to help me, I would not be stuck in this trap.
      My wish would be to leave one day of this country that stole everything!
      To put me back to painting.

      But I do not have any physical strength and I am handicapped by pain despite the treatment.
      Here, when people are weak, they are allowed to die like dogs. After having stripped them of the little that remained to them, after having humiliated them, treated them like outcasts.
      I am in a state of confusion; because I can not act.
      I hate what I have become.
      I waited for news that should have given me a jump of hope; and which, unfortunately, has turned into a “tsunami”.
      What is waiting for me is going to be worse and worse.
      I am disturbed and enraged because I can not find alternative …
      I do not know why I’m telling you this.


Artists deserve respect. Even if it bothers you and you don't like their work; refrain from negative opinions, non-constructive remarks. Opt for an objective analysis of the work as well as a good understanding of the author's intentions..Thx

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