Though we are a country full of festivals all around the year, but this special time of year when not only you change your calendar but also the gifts, family dinners, celebrations and new year resolutions all makes it a special time in everyone's life.
How does one express forms that cannot be seen by the naked eye; heard by the ear, or even felt by touch through visuals? That process is what visionary digital artist Aashit Singh, takes us through, as he explains the various aspects that go into
Goa born, Amey has a degree in Fine Arts and over 10 years of experience in the field of design. From branding and advertising t-shirt brands to now working as a Sr. Art Director at Stirred, Bengaluru, he has come a long way! While his
Nithin Rao Kumblekar, having begun his career as an Art Director in the advertising agency, working for agencies like McCann, Ogilvy and Triton, Nithin Rao Kumblekar has been freelancing as an illustrator for the past 6 years.
A bold use of colours throughout his work makes for a signature that Artist, Shinoj Padmanabhan doesn’t force. Find out more how this doodler at heart has been using technology to enhance his love of drawing.
All that is glitters (read foreign) is not gold. So believes, Studio Kohl, a boutique studio, founded by Mira Malhotra, that reflects the Indian culture and heritage in all of its works. After all, home is where the heart is, isn’t it?
Amongst the selected winners by Latin American Illustración 5, Luis Pinto is a Mexican graphic designer-illustrator based in Guatemala. His works usually range from brand/editorial illustrations to posters, cover art, murals and lettering. He desires to continue doing workshops & meeting-connecting with the creative community
A Graphic Designer from Sir J. J. Institute of Applied Arts, Minal Dusane-Mali has worked for the who’s who of the creative industry viz. Ramesh Sippy Entertainment, Giant Robot Illustration and Prana Studio to name a few, before co-founding YOMY Designs in 2010 with her
David Padilla enjoys creating the imaginary world, which comes from the reality. He is heavily influenced by photography and science fiction. He likes the fantasy world as it can help you turn your imaginary thoughts into a reality. He also talks about what inspires him
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.