One legacy of India’s rich and varied history, which goes far back into early antiquity, is the numerous forts and palaces, which dot the landscape through the length and breadth of the country. In popular imagination forts and palaces are redolent of mystique, romance, pleasure,
We’ve seen it happen in English. But typography in Indian languages and scripts is all-together a different word game. “Apart from physical differences, there are different emotions and meanings attached to different languages” says Sabareesh Ravi. Here, he tells us what key points must be
Acclaimed Illustrator, Nasheet Shadani, employs his experience and know-how in the field of advertising to inform us about the constantly transforming nature of the field; the factors influencing these changes, and the effects of this going advancement.
Kshitij Tembe reintroduces the memories of neo-realistic Italian films that contained the impact of World War II. Redesigning the posters of The Bicycle Thief, he attempts to replicate the vibe of that age.
Germany is renowned for its strong hold on history and culture. And amidst this inspirational setting, Martin Grohs, a self-taught Graphic Designer, creates concepts and not artwork. “It’s satiating to create work that encourages viewers to think about the topic.” he says. How you show
Craft is something that designers are forgetting. Inspired by the look and feel of real shapes, creative designer and art director, Nico Castro from Spain,
talks about his design process. Rendered with technology, he believes design can take on any form!
Arnab Biswas, a true citizen of the world, who was born near the Indian-Bhutan border, grew up in Kolkata, post graduated in New Delhi and currently living with his Polish wife in Germany, is fluent in English, Hindi, Bengali and learning German and know how
Concept Artist, Sahil Trivedi, shares his process of adding various layers to his work, and balancing the colour palette and light, to produce an effective and impactful design. He feels connecting to work in a steady and gradual process which helps optimise the final outcome.
Designer, Ranganath Krishnamani, banks on the nostalgic thoughts of rushing out onto the street upon the arrival of assorted carts and their owners who were frequent on the busy streets of Bangalore.
Sagar Gajjar an IT engineer who always wanted to be a designer, learned his skills from the Google and YouTube. With his experimental nature turn himself from a techie to a confident artist who plays with lines and contours.