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Fashion illustration of a model with sun glasses
Fashion illustration of a black beautiful model
Illustration of a blond woman like a pin-up
Pink kitten heeled shoe
Lipstick & Lips
Beauty Illustrations for a Vogue publication
Illustration for fragrance packaging
Illustration for fragrance packaging
Clarins Cosmetics - characters
Illustration for Clarins Cosmetics
Creative studio run by Monica Laita specialising in Illustration & Concept Design, Animation, Storyboard Design, Digital Matte Painting, Photography Retouching & Rotoscoping.

Work with: Hermès, Garnier, Clarins, Swarovski, Marc Jacobs, KFC, Sol Beer, Marks & Spencer, Uber Eats, BT, Plenish, Dim, The Correspondents, BBC, Black Mirror, Jeep, Virgin, M&C Saatchi, Mother London, Penguin Books USA, Cosmopolitan, Timeout, Looks Magazine, Elle Girl, MarieClaire France, FHM, Vogue Publication and more...
Feel free to contact us regarding projects, collaborations, or just to say hello!

Monica Laita
Email: info@mojoforever.com
Drawing is my first love, my true passion. I grew up drawing filling notepads with epic imaginary stories of love & adventure around a group of teenagers living in boarding school on a planet I called Vega, fighting enemies from outer space and the oppressive system of their galaxy. I know it's odd especially that when it was down to the male characters, I was rather inclined to sketch them down as hasty shadows, since to me the boys were far from being as compelling to draw as my badass imaginary girls à la 'Kill Bill', lol..
The first illustration commission I managed to pull off was in1992 by Monoprix cosmetics, an amazing opportunity that led me to the realisation that after 'les cours de stylisme du Studio Bercot', the great Parisien course I had attended, I wasn't going to be the new Vivienne Westwood on the block or the next Armani establishment. Back then I somehow very naively ignored that fashion design doesn't intail the mere delight of drawing pretty images for the sake of it. Firstly I had no doubt on the studies and direction I undertook but I couldn't be more wrong.
Suddenly, I could afford to go back to college and explore the visual arts from another angle.
1998 was the year of my second 'first' commission by a magazine called 'More!' who believed in my talent. From that onwards came a long list of assignments of which I collected some here in the Archive forlder. A collection that retrace the long path, the styles & techniques I explored on my