A High Heel Drawing Series by Illustrator Kenal Louis

The 30 most beautiful and best high heel drawing artworks

An art collection by artist Kenal Louis. Created in both ink pen on paper & digital painting techniques.

Below you will find a collection of high heel drawing and illustration collection I've completed over the years. High heels have been around for thousands of years. In a blog article, I wrote about fashion illustration I mentioned how both emperors and queens used to wear high heels.

Here are the latest and best high heel drawing art collection.

The 30 Creative High Heel Drawing Gallery 

About The Beautiful High Heel Drawing Series

The series was inspired by my love for fashion. The form of the high heel is so fluid that I believe it is perfect for composition. High heels have a very organic shape to them and are a symbol of sexiness and class. Some high heels cost $1,000 even up to $15,000 like Manolo Blahnik heels and Jimmy Choo’s  It’s amazing to think that something so small could have so much value, but it does.


Yes, women and men love heels. I am a guy and I love high heels. Although I do not wear them, but as an artist, I think that they are a work of art. Don’t you agree?

The Long History of High Heels Briefly Summarized

High heels have been around for thousands of years. The history of high heels goes as far back as when emperors, pharaohs, kings and queens ruled the earth to the modern day idols known as celebrities. Whether it is very decorative or plain with leather, a high heel can be one of the most beautiful pieces that complete one’s attire.

Me at 4 years old coloring a fashion illustration.

Heels are said to have been used to differentiate hierarchy between people in the ancient times. As an artist, I appreciate the beauty of high heels and love the form many heels take. This love sparked the high heel drawing series, which is an ongoing series. As I draw, paint or digitally illustrate the high heels I hope to make each one unique and representative of beauty.

You might see the picture on the side and think I was a master artist at the time... but I wasn't. However, my passion for fashion, art, and style was always there. It wasn't until I attended Omaha Fashion Week when I first moved to Nebraska that my passion for fashion increased.

My love for art runs deep. The photo of me drawing and coloring fashion illustrations at 4 years old is proof of that. I've been drawing since I was a child with a long dream of one day becoming a recognized artist or even an artist that lives solely from the money his art makes him.

I never imagine or knew how I could do this, but in 2016 I came to the realization that I would have to make it my business.Yes, my art is my business. I the artist am the brand behind the art. Now, the value of the art has do be defined by me as well as the viewers that get to experience my art.

Lines In The High Heel Drawing Art Collection

I use abstract and loose line movement to create some of the high heel drawings you've seen on this page. I also create them inspired by African/Tribal culture patterns as well as designs.

If You Could Own One Of The Heels for only $100 would you buy one?

Visit The Store To Buy One of These Original Drawings

"Manolo Blahnik No.3"

"Curved Heel"

high heel drawing

If You Could Own One Of The Heels for only $100 would you buy one?

high heel drawing

Along with the original drawings, there are prints for $10 to $50 of these artworks also available through my Pixels Art Store.

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