Alina Zamanova is an artist and fashion illustrator who explores the gap between art and fashion, working to erase the boundaries between ugliness and beauty. Her art consists of traditional artworks/paintings to scribbles on fashion photographs and fashion clothing. In 2014, Zamanova worked at Alexander McQueen which contributed to her works becoming more refined and gothic in their aesthetic. Zamanova's colourful and 'ugly' illustrations represent her dreams, ideas and the people who inspire her. After graduating in 2015 from the University of the Arts London she continues to explore the field of art and fashion illustration, practising every day and meeting creatives from all over the world.
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