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.
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
A ranker from Sir J. J. Institute of Applied Art, Abhishek Sawant has been using design for good since 2003 and worked with the well known creative minds in the industry like ‘Agnello Dias, Santosh Padhi, Bobby Pawar and Jigar Fernandes’. He has also won
Ranganath Krishnamani is a multi-disciplinary designer who specialises in Illustration, User Experience and Art Direction. He draws inspiration from vintage architecture, street art and machinery. He loves travelling and exploring new trails on his bicycle.
Anant Ahuja, at the age of just 23 founded a design practice, Inchwork, based out of New Delhi. Overcoming obstacles and fighting off challenges for two year, his firm now boasts of clients like Adidas Originals, Airbnb, Airtel and Bloomberg to name a few.
Designer, Sushant Ajnikar has had the best of both worlds; he has a technical know-how of the design and due to his vast experience, he has picked up artistic skills. Using these to his advantage he has successfully carved out a versatile line of work.
History can be revived best through new means. Saumin Patel displays how the legend can be retold and re-lived through a fresh perspective in the form of animation. This high-quality animation with Indian styles, also discusses and highlight few events of the history which were
Sushant Ajnikar, who draws inspiration from the vivid display of India’s art and colours, a designer in his office, but a parent to homeless little pups on the road, a caring husband to a worried wife, and a rider on the road enjoying the journey,