One legacy of India’s rich and varied history, which goes far back into early antiquity, is the numerous forts and palaces, which dot the landscape through the length and breadth of the country. In popular imagination forts and palaces are redolent of mystique, romance, pleasure,
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.
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!
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.
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
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
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
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.
Sweets are not simply a delicacy, they’re intrinsically linked to auspicious occasions and traditional festivals in the Indian culture. It was thus no surprise that Bangalore-based sweet shop desired a design makeover bearing a traditional resemblance.
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?