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Juan Casini is a multidisciplinary designer juggling various mediums and keeping his passion alive by traveling and designing. He is a free spirit who loves to draw, travel and experience new things. Here, he talks

Mistakes

Mistakes are not really as evil as it sounds, on the contrary in most cases it helps you to evolve as a better person. We can learn a lot from our own mistakes. Also, for

Freelance

If you’re talented, you will be noticed. The world is full of opportunity these days, just that one must know which and when to take one. A successful designer is one that find his/her niche

Fantasy Stories

The realisation of your idea doesn’t have to be technically correct, but it has to look authentic and believable. That’s how your stories find their way to the heart and mind of the audience. Gaming

Hailing from Manipur, Thokchom Sony celebrates the natural beauty, customs and traditions of his hometown through his work. Inspired by patterns from Indian handloom and textile design, he combines it with his illustrations, which ultimately

startup

Last few years, India has seen a steady rise in design consulting needs from new mushrooming businesses, commonly referred as ‘Startups’. These are not necessarily the love child of newbies but also some industry veterans

First Design Job - Vantage View by Lulu Raghavan

Lulu Raghavan's tips for one’s exciting and full of promise first day on the first design job. Yet, if you don’t prepare for this wonderful opportunity, you may miss the chance to make the best

Panini-Pandey-Creative-Gaga

A key factor to be successful is clarity on the path forward. Panini Pandey, a New York based visual artist seems to have all that and more. He explains his process, his thoughts on design

Matharoo Associates believe in clear emphasis on functionality, use of materials in their natural form and exercising restraint while designing. Their buildings are designed to unfold and reveal their secrets and meaning.

Indian Digital Art

With the stakes of digital art soaring high in the market, have a look at some of the best Indian digital artists and get-going to be one!

Delhivery Visual Identity - Creative Gaga

Animal creates Delhivery’s visual identity by showcasing the process behind logistics through distinct iconography and typeface.

Portraiture, as an art form, is much older than photography. Great masters have spent their lives learning this art. Vikas Sharma, a self taught photographer, finds himself in the same pursuit. He shares some of

Designing a room can be a fun experience but at the same time, it can be tricky too. You can experiment with textures, colours, style, furniture and the feel. You can fulfil your dream décor

18 Free Calligraphy Fonts

Don’t just put a font for the sake of it, put it for creating an impactful impression on the reader. Browse through this list of 18 best calligraphy fonts to achieve your target.

5 Simple Ways to Create an Eco Friendly House

Over the past decade, we have all become much more aware of our impact on the environment. The cars we are buying, our shopping habits and the lifestyles we lead, are all now influenced by an

Vijaya Laxmi - Devata or Devi | Creative Gaga

Vijaya Laxmi exhibits the power that a woman possesses through her illustration series, 'Devi', 'Shiva-Shakti' and various other series, all are an exploration of her mythological concepts allowing viewers to see beyond the obvious.

Inspiring Packaging

20 best innovative & inspiring packaging designs, which will not just motivate you to create appealing designs but also give you update on current packaging trends.

Illustrations from EuroVision | Creative Gaga

The EuroVision project is a collaboration between 26 artists from all over Europe & the world to create their own interpretation and celebration of the renowned song competition, The Eurovision – Capitalising on this year's

Clay Animation - Childhood Seed - Dhimant Vyas -Creative Gaga

Your childhood experiences, explorations and continued learning through life, greatly shapes the way we think and the career path we chart for ourselves. Veteran artist and animation film designer, Dhimant Vyas, is an example of

Rob Draper - Back to Basics

With this project, Rob Draper wanted to go back to basics. The inspiration came from how elaborate can he take the ballpoint pen and the most ignored everyday items - Plastic bags, kitchen towels, pizza

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