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!
Recently done rebranding of State Bank of India by Design Stack from its conventional state to more representative of current times and digital services.
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.
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.
The best thing about history is the way it carries on into the future and is always part of our present. For a country like India where culture and history define who and what we are, mythology is one aspect that presents designers with a
The perception of design has changed from just serving a purpose to one that encourages you to express. Taxi Fabric is a medium that does exactly that and so much more; a canvas is laid out for young designers to collaborate with taxi drivers of
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
Caricature design is not always about distorting or making it funny, a little exaggeration with some fresh colours and bright lights can do the magic. In the caricature, without any brief, Mahboob Raja was clear on reflecting innocence and greatness of Gabriel Gracia Marquez ‘Gabo’.
Designs can make use of various modes of expression to meet desired results. Some are simple and minimal whereas some can be loud and boisterous. The latter is a path that visualizer Jalpa Shah takes on her designs. Using loud colour combinations, fun elements and