Art That Heals: Fashion Designer Julie Verhoeven's New Project Reveals All
Sharing a passion for pop culture, fashion and cheesy corn snacks, artists Julie Verhoeven and Alan Faulds came together over Zoom during lockdown to inspire each other's creative process. Their efforts have now been documented in a collaborative book.
Conversation: Peter Jensen and Julie Verhoeven
Danish fashion designer Peter Jensen and artist Julie Verhoeven try to stop themselves from gossiping while the speak live and unedited as part of Café Conversations.
Photo Diary: Julie Verhoeven
Illustrator Julie Verhoeven kept a photo diary, capturing her home-cum-studio as she worked around the clock towards her exhibition Fat Bottomed Girls.
SHOWstudio's exhibition Florist, was dedicated to the still life and included major works by Guy Bourdin, Daniel Brown, Michael Howells, Nick Knight, Jeffry Mitchell and Mary Temple.
Knee Deep In Your Eyes
Created in collaboration with London-based N/A, Julie Verhoeven's project takes you on a spiralling magical mystery tour through her inimitable illustrative world.
Film: Knee Deep In Your Eyes
Illustrator Julie Verhoeven, her bold designs and her studio all come together to dazzling psychedelic effect in this short film that blurs the line between what is real and what is make-believe.
T-shirt Download: Julie Verhoeven
Illustrator Julie Verhoeven designed a t-shirt graphic exclusively for SHOWstudio viewers. Download and make your own.
Video: The Man Who Couldn't Afford to Orgy
Made using a Motorola phone camera, artist Julie Verhoeven's video sequence reinterprets the lyrics to John Cale's 'The Man Who Couldn't Afford to Orgy'
Innocent Toile de Jouy offset with Japanese rope suspension bondage - Julie Verhoeven's erotic digital wallpaper demands interaction for stimulation.
Essay: A Wanton Kind of Chase
Forget-Me-Not: Helen Clifford on the legacy of desire within decorative design.
Interview: Julie Verhoeven
Penny Martin interviews illustrator Julie Verhoeven, examining her career in general and the Forget-Me-Not project in particular.
The incongruous aesthetics of Toile de Jouy and Japanese rope suspension bondage come together in an erotic, interactive collaboration by Julie Verhoeven and Peter Saville.