If it was only about words, we’d only need a word document. Typography is all about solving a problem by also communicating an ambience and character. “It’s about communicating a message
and letterforms are our tools”, says typographer Shiva Nellaperumal. Below he explains his rules to
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
Ben Kwok, who got his BFA in Illustration from California State University, Long Beach, takes us through his own experinces and insights gained as a keen illustrator.
As the digital world has made the world smaller, design has coalesced as well where different forms are uniting and new evolutions are seen. Illustration ‘Type’ is one such avenue of type design which can add more meaning to characters and words. Visual Communication Designer,
The dentist is one person no one really fancies. Isn’t that true for most of us, out there? Not many cherish or take delight in the idea of going even for the “routine check-up”. That was considered to be the fundamental problem when coming-up with a
Kshitij Tembe reintroduces the memories of neo-realistic Italian films that contained the impact of World War II. Redesigning the posters of The Bicycle Thief, he attempts to replicate the vibe of that age.
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.
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.
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.
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