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The transformation in the art styles from hand-made to computerised and digitalised versions is taking the world and people in its wave of craze! This fast-growing art style has its own beauty and charm to

Illustrations

Creating Illustrations on a real-life situation with a personal point of view can turn out as the most difficult learning for an artist. But illustrationist Uday Mohite has mastered this art over the years and

Transforming

Kevin Roodhorst shows us through the process he adopted to transform a stock image of the Buddha into one that represents the mysticism and divinity the being represents.

Indian Gods

Sumouli Dutta, a doodle and illustration artist, tries her hand at creating a 2018 calendar of Indian Gods set apart from the all so common representation of the theme across common calendar art found through

Packaging

Showcasing new design trends making their mark this fresh year. Check out all that’s new and all that’s found its way from the past into the present. There’s so much to discover!

social issues

Reaching out to the Indian society for social issues is not everyone’s cup of tea. But some master this art and show us how this can be done by being bold yet sensitive. Browse through

Digital Art

Real is believable. But abstract teases the imagination. You don’t have to choose one of the two while creating. Mixing reality with abstract is the way to go according to digital artist Ankur Singh Patar. Whether it’s creating

The Script Project

To meet the ever-changing demands of the Indian urban homes to be in-sync with the contemporary trends and lifestyles, Godrej is launching its new design brand Script outlined by Codesign.

Illustrating for a Publication

Wondering about the pros and cons of working for a publication or a media-house? Get an insight of what it is like to work for a media-house from the first-hand experience of illustrator, Gajanan D.

Illustration

Illustrator, Parvati Pillai, tells us how trying out new styles and forms of illustration are key for a designer to grow at one’s craft and expand one’s scope of work in current context.

In a time when we designs and artworks surround us all, the importance of doing things differently is what counts. Illustrator, Iain Macarthur from England, discovered a unique way to marry pencil and pen to

In today’s international world, being a freelancer means being available to the entire world. No matter where you’re from, one needs to adapt to various clients and cultures to create a portfolio. Fil Dunsky, from

Thinking of how can a logo leave a long-lasting impression on the mind? Let’s dive into the ocean of Inspiring and trending logo designs and see what’s the best to keep the brand floating successfully!

The barriers have broken and the people unified, all thanks to the World Wide Web. For designers, it’s nothing less than a revolution. British freelance graphic designer, Chloe Galea, who now lives in Berlin, has

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