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2014-03-11 
Technology has taken us far. But the question is have we been able to keep up with it? Famous artist and storyteller, Raghava KK, surely knows what he’s talking about when discussing the viruses in the system. More on how he feels that thinking and connotations need to change in order to see the happy marriage of technology and creativity. The medium is..
2014-03-11 
Sachin Puthran was there when it all happened. “It was 1995; the time of hand-drawn illustrations, airbrushed finished images and cut-paste typesetting. Digital was slowly coming in, bringing with it a generation gap. There was an air of fear in the older Art Directors as the younger generation, fascinated by Mac user interface, was already learning software. Below, he ta..
2014-03-11 
It’s the home of Mozart and Beethoven. It’s the birth place of Mercedes-Benz. It’s got great beer as well. Germany has been a hot-spot for inventions and has a strong hold in today’s design world. Digital designer, Amrei Hofstatter, uses her signature designs to express herself and her personality. Buckle up as we transport into her world. ..
2014-03-11 
It needs passion. It needs commitment. Patience as well. Product design  requires a designer to make a promise with one’s own self in order to create  promising designs. Products might be non-living things, but according to industrial designer Subinay Malhotra, they do have feelings and emotions of people living in them. More on how you can turn that little crus..
2014-03-11 
They invented the wine. And also the French kiss. France, no doubt, is the hot spot for designers and artists. Here, Creative Gaga had a little rendezvous with Mr. Xerty, aka Brice Chaplet, a digital-art and mixed media expert from Paris. He tells us about his take on design and how it reflects in his world. CG: They say you’re born creative, but educat..
March/April 2014