Julie Verhoeven (born 1969) is a British illustrator and designer. Her illustrations have been described as “whimsical” and “Rock & Roll meets rainbow”. She has contributed illustrations to books, magazines and album covers. Her work has been widely exhibited.
Joe Eula, an illustrator who was a free spirit and who drew quickly. His illustrations accompanied Eugenia Sheppard’s fashion columns in The New York Herald Tribune. He was present for Yves Saint Laurent’s first collection for Dior, in 1958, and for his last, in 2002.
Joe contributed a great many illustrations for American Vogue, Italian and French Harper’s Bazaar. In the 1980’s, he handled the fashion illustration for such houses as Chanel, Givenchy, Versace.
Joe Eula also created eye-catching posters for Marlene Dietrich and Liza Minelli.
The Grand Show “WYLD” at Friedrichstadt-Palast Berlin was directed by Manfred Thierry Mugler – the scriptwriter, stage director, photographer and perfumer. He is also responsible for the creation of all costumes, and co-wrote the script with Roland Welke. This larger-than-life show was a cosmic love story: he is a young BMX rider who has his feet firmly planted on the ground, she is a fierce woman living at the top of the Berlin TV tower with her head in the clouds. This is the story of how two souls separated by an infinite distance, finally meet.
THE WYLD includes all Berlin’s positive vibrations: energy, modernity, timelessness and culture. These are the feelings that I wanted to share through my show, and I wanted it to be spectacular. The Palast is the only place where such a concept could take place, the only venue that could host such a project. The largest stage in the world for an other-worldly show.”