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2014-11-19 
Childhood memories and stories are two things we can never let go of. Giving form to characters and shape to fairytale stories, US illustrator Chris Beatrice is the hand behind those wondrous drawings that we read instead of the words themselves. He talks to us about his style and shares his journey. CG: We’ve all probably read books that had covers d..
2014-11-19 
Advertising is one such arena where one can achieve as much as they’d like; provided, that they’ve got the skills, talent and ofcourse the courage. Nasheet Shadani, believes it’s for every illustrator to make the most of this opportunity and create magical pieces that can manifest themselves as memorable communications. ..
2014-11-19 
The beauty of a woman is pure and refreshing; every man would agree. Spanish illustrator, Gabriel Moreno, is no different. Charmed by the raw beauty and behavior of the female form, his artworks capture them through graphic and elegant imagery to make a mark in advertising. He talks to us to tell us more. To read full article, ..
2014-11-19 
As designers, ordinary events shouldn’t be ignored, for in them lie ideas and insights that everyone saw but never noticed. How good you are with tuning your eyes to your mind is what counts, believes Karthik M. He makes some interesting points that translate into how to notice things so that people can take notice of your work. ..
2014-11-19 
Go back to when you were a child. Do you remember noticing something that couldn’t be explained and made your own interpretations and stories? Illustrator Vijyakumar Arumugam works with that strategy. “Breaking down real elements and combining them to create imaginary characters and stories is what’s exciting”, he says. He talks more on his st..
Nov/Dec 2014