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Sukanto Debnath
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After completing his BFA from Shantiniketan in the year 2000, Sukanto Debnath moved to Hyderabad, worked with DQ Entertainment International for a span of about 12 years; rising from animator to animation director to finally leading as a creative director. The newer part of his journey began in Hungary, where he has been satisfying the likes of Facebook, Coca Cola, Penguin Books, Adobe and Renault Portugal to name a few. Currently freelancing and living in Scotland, United Kingdom.


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Graduated as a product designer From Raffles School of Design and Commerce, Australia, and with a Masters in Science in Industrial Design from Art Center College of Design, California. Wishing to implement mechanical language in designing meaningful products, he has worked with a range of products including furniture, lighting, electronics, etc


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A graphic designer and illustrator from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has been working as a freelance designer since ten years after quitting his job from a video game design company. He realised that he could combine his two passions: travel and art. Thus in 2015, he along with his partner Flor left home and started leading a nomadic life, traveling and working from around the world.


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We all face it! But everyone has their own unique way to come out of it, in this issue we try to explore these different ideas of handling the ‘Creative Burnout’. The most common of all was travelling, through everyone do it in their own unique style. Like Luke Ritchie from South Africa finds the nature and mountains as the best source of inspiration while Sushant Ajnikar says riding his bike and meeting four-legged loyal friends, dogs, on the way is the best way to learn. This issue is bundled with inspirations and suggests you to travel a lot. So, pack your bags and don’t forget to subscribe your copy before you leave!

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Founder of Studio ABD, a Bangalore-based design consultancy firm that specialises in innovation, packaging and environment design, with the intention of creating meaningful and memorable design solutions. Over it’s span of 10 years, the company have worked with various brands such as Colgate, Titan, Fastrack and the likes.


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Saumin Patel

Wanting to pursue illustration and draw every single day of his life, Saumin Patel graduated from Sir J. J. Institute, Mumbai with a B.F.A in applied arts. Making a professional start by working at an online animated greeting card company, drawing comics and now illustrating for some of the reputed names in the Bollywood film industry, Saumin has come a long way. He has also art-directed short animation films.


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We all face it! But everyone has their own unique way to come out of it, in this issue we try to explore these different ideas of handling the ‘Creative Burnout’. The most common of all was travelling, through everyone do it in their own unique style. Like Luke Ritchie from South Africa finds the nature and mountains as the best source of inspiration while Sushant Ajnikar says riding his bike and meeting four-legged loyal friends, dogs, on the way is the best way to learn. This issue is bundled with inspirations and suggests you to travel a lot. So, pack your bags and don’t forget to subscribe your copy before you leave!
When celebrations are all around for the new year, everyone is curious about what this new year will bring. So, the rounds of looking back to the past year and trying to predict the new one starts. We started the same exploration through this issue by reaching various experts for their take on the trends for their respective fields. So, go ahead.

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An artist who has specialised in advertising from Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Arts; a designer by day and an artist by night, she believes in weaving nature through her musically inclined art.


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An independent designer/illustrator focusing and specialising in illustrative lettering, type design, formal aesthetics, and identity design & branding.


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Spending the last 13 years at some of the most creative agencies on two different continents, Arnab Biswas recently worked as Creative Director at Cheil Germany. He has been creating multi-award winning ideas for brands such as Samsung, Sony, Pepsi, Reebok, Vodafone, Sprite, Motorola, and many more national and international brands


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Arshad Sayyed is a passionate designer who makes a conscious effort to excel by following his aspirations while implementing basic design principles and advancing technology. He is an illustrator who is open to client interference while sticking to his belief ‘to fill every heart with an art.’

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Simplification is art and art lies in everything around us; with this belief “Wallcano” has been creating some exquisite art pieces using less and creating more. Arshad chooses his subjects carefully as they act as the constants around which the execution and style rotate. He believes that black is a colour of darkness and depth, while white represents brightness and rise. When both mixed, they create magic; much like his latest art piece where black has been used extensively as white brings out the details.

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Religious scriptures, college and school day teachings and the bustling life of passersby help Arshad to develop his style and recover from a creative burnout. He urges artists to stick to their roots and recall old, treasured memories

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A visual artist from Spain. He masters photo manipulation & CGI. Most of his projects are oriented to graphic illustrations and advertising. He loves traveling and draws inspiration from exploring new cultures.


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