2017 collection of illustrations by Lokesh Karekar, Wallcano, Shreya Gulati and Ranganath Krishnamani, that well describe and represent, thorough current context, the significance of the day India marked its independence after a long freedom struggle.
Finding the modern in the ancient is a matter of vision and desire, to renew the old in such a way that is thoroughly transformed in not only its form and look, but its very fibre and perception. That is what illustrator Omar Gilani prefers
The Netherlands might be below sea-level, but when it comes to design, it’s right up there! Digital artist, Kevin Roodhorst, believes in developing concepts and working on a central element. Here, he takes us on a tour of his design that has helped bag various
Self- taught Visual Artist, Illustrator and Digital Artist, Archan Nair, describes how tagging along with one’s heart and going by what one knows within, helps to create one’s best works and let the best within them flourish.
Creating a real-life or a reel-life character is like putting various puzzle pieces together. It’s easy to see someone and say ‘I recognise that person.’, but drawing from scratch is a different thing altogether. Illustrator and digital artist, Nikhil Shinde, talks more about this less
Gone are the days when Illustrators used to take the back seat in the advertising world. With things today, they’re emerging as the forerunners of some amazing and memorable communication that is being recognised. No doubt, clients, like OLX and Docomo, are exploring this valuable
Faces are an interesting subject, and often we come across one that has an expression telling a story. Vivek Arvind Mandrekar saw one such story in Big B’s facial expression and captured it by means of a digital painting. Below, he takes us through the
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
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.
Inspired from Indian trends Pavan Rajurkar portrays popular Bollywood themes or dialogues to convey the features of Mymedisyn app. The illustrations use humour to leave a mark on the user’s subconscious.