Bulgari Celebrates With Live Event Drawing Duo
At its recent Jewellery Watches Masterclass in St Moritz, Bvlgari treated guests to unique portraits by expert fashion illustrators Jacqueline Bissett and KathyWyatt
Kathy was asked to help produce a 'look' that represented the world and philosophy of Melvita. A world of natural and ethically sourced beauty products - where the customer is encouraged to 'discover a pure expression of nature - by starting an...read more
The Formal Hanbock Association of Korea, celebrates the wearing and promotion of the Ceremonial Hanbok by publishing a lavishly illustrated book of traditional costume and accessories. With over 130 illustrations in total this was a massive...read more
Behind the Scenes at the Mishy May 'Pastel Bridal' Shoot & Catwalk - live drawing from an 'insider' perspective was an unmissable opportunity for Kathy to observe and record the insights of preparation that support this kingdom of indulgence and...read more
GQ Magazine takes a contemporary take on 'The Seven Deadly Sins' while Kathy creates artworks that visualise the conceptual abstract of our human flaws and frailties.read more
Central to this famous luxury store you will find an oasis of milky treats in the Harrods Ice Cream Parlour. Kathy created fruity icons and illustrations for the mouth-watering menu - centred around freshly-made sundaes, shakes and decadent desserts with...read more
Fashion illustration is appearing in the current 'How to Spend it'. 'How to Spend It' is a highly regarded monthly fashion supplement with The Financial Times, and this weekend's issue saw Kathy Wyatt illustrate the 'In Timely Fashion' article,...read more
Having spent two magical days in a luxury apartment in Mayfair, working with Inca Productions and sketching some of the most strikingly elegant women in London - I considerr live event drawing to be one of the main highlights in my career as an...read more
TRADITIONAL – INFUSIONS & COLD TEAS
Kathy worked with Sainsbury’s to create packaging artwork for their’own brand’ infusions and cold teas range.
An intriguing project that spanned fourteen artworks in total, requiring the challenging varients of content and different levels of abstraction that suggested depth, clarity and a sense of the tea/infusion itself.