It’s been ages since we worked with aleXsandro Palombo. Eons ago, he illustrated Saynt and I sitting on the toilet, which currently hang in our bathroom (image below). Recently, he illustrated the anniversary cover of Grazia China, poking fun at Lady Gaga, Victoria Beckham, DVF, the D&G boys, and many others.
aleXsandro Palombo never fails to tickle us with his creative, tongue-in-cheek illustrations of fashion industry heavyweights, but we are particularly excited about his latest works of art. When we saw these Simpsons caricatures of people like Anna Wintour, Grace Coddington and Coco Chanel, we couldn’t help but laugh out loud and reminisce about America’s favorite animated family. Click to see all the brilliant works.
Sketch satirist aleXsandro Palombo may have recently fallen ill as he battles cancer, but his wit and pencil are still as sharp as ever. In his latest work, “Anna Wintour, Balloon and Dangerous” the bobbed Vogue editrix may look like a festive part decoration, but I doubt you’d want her helium-filled head floating anywhere near you.
With the Royal Wedding only a few days away, Kate Middleton must be a bundle of nerves and with tensions running high it was only a matter of time before the young bride-to-be snapped. aleXsandro Palombo dramatizes what must be the only comforting thought Kate has anymore with Queen Elizabeth II on the business end of a majestic mauling.
Another Fashion Week is upon us, and luckily, the welcome wagon is also here. Marc Jacobs and Anna Wintour wear star-spangled outfits while straddling the Empire State Building on the cover of Vogue in the latest Humor Chic illustrations from aleXsandro Palombo.
Almost one year after legendary designer Alexander McQueen‘s death, aleXsandro Palombo pays tribute with a wonderful series of Humor Chic illustrations. Known for his skull prints, McQueen‘s mask is slowly pulled back so we can remember his life and legacy. See the transformation after the jump.
In an interview with the French paper Le Journal du Dimanche, Xavier Romatet, Chairman of Condé Nast, France, said that his group is working hard to launch the French version of Vanity Fair. ?Could Carine Roitfeld be in the running for the title of editor-in-chief?
Founder and CEO of LVMH Bernard Arnault must be unhappy with Carine Roitfeld‘s final covers for Vogue Paris. She is getting the glove, and most likely a Louis Vuitton Monogram imprint on her ass, in the newest Humor Chic illustration from aleXsandro Palombo. I wonder what she thinks of his pink double-breasted mafioso suit?
Grace Coddington thinks Carine Rotifeld is too vulgar in the latest Humor Chic illustration by aleXsandro Palombo. The ex editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris receives a “censored” stamp on her nude body from Coddington, an obvious disapproval of her liberal ways.