It's been a year of the whacky; one might as well call it 'abstract' and 'formless', with open to interpretation the Brexit, Demonetisation and Trump Presidency. Yet, with an entire year in perspective, and a new one in sight, the universal feeling as always is
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?
As most young designers dream of starting their career with the top studios but dreaming is not enough says Vinita Jakkal, a Post Graduate in Graphic Design from MIT Institute of Design, who is currently working with Elephant Design, Pune. She shares the tips, which
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.
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,