Our latest film is out! Check out London based fashion figurative Bleur artist Beth Fraser top 5 influences where we chat to her about the inspiration she takes from people’s mannerisms, clothing designs and Jazz albums covers.
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Beth Fraser is a Fashion Figurative artist whose work combines collage and ink techniques to create bold and tactile multimedia pieces. Having graduated from the London College of Fashion in 2015, Beth’s unique body of work has been shown in household institutions such as SHOW studio gallery, the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition in 2018 and Christie’s auction house in April 2019 and March 2020, alongside artists such as Grayson Perry and Vivienne Westwood. Her signature collaged style has been featured in major publications including British Vogue for her interpretation of Edward Enninful’s first edition of the magazine. In October 2019 Beth was awarded runner up in Harper’s Bazaar UK’s annual fashion illustration prize and in 2020 the magazine named her as one of their ‘High Profile: Female Artists to watch.’
Working in the fashion world, I want to put forward figures that subvert the traditional beauty aesthetic by distorting the human body to create non-existent and often impossible muses.