There are stories hidden in faces and bodies. Exaggeration brings them to the fore. A good caricaturist lives the subject and discovers the multiple facets that make the story. Caricature artist Manoj Sinha reflects while talking about his design process.
Made using staves from Glenmorangie whiskey casks, Glenmorangie Original by Renovo is an open acknowledgment of the understanding that bicycles are for “the adults” too. Meanwhile, the rather exclusive bike also stands as collaboration inspired by a shared passion for innovation with wood.
A commerce graduate, Manoj Sinha did his BFA from Ravindra Bharati University, followed by a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications. After a brief stint as an animator, he took up cartooning full time with ‘Hindustan’, the Hindi daily of Hindustan Times.
A painter by profession, Raj Kumar Sthabathy is a villager by heart. After completing Bachelor of Fine Arts, he started painting rural India in watercolour. His signature style has won him many accolades and appreciation.
Imagine a rickshaw puller who sits majestically in his vehicle, like a king, murmuring an old song, that’s one of those moments, which brings rural India alive. And that’s exactly what watercolour artist Rajkumar Sthabathy always tries to capture. His objective is to preserve this
Rebranding is no easy task – to refurbish the existing not merely in sight but essentially in perspective. Yet, in this very subtle nature of the challenge lies the wide spectrum for diverse possibilities and the creative process… and so also fun.
We are amidst the times of discussion and debate about art, craft, and design. In spite of that, the fact remains that a piece of creation should ultimately let the audience experience a sense of joy and a desire to touch or possess the work,
Fantasy and realism are conflicting thoughts. Yet, for a fantasy character to be believable, it is important to bring in a sense of ‘otherworldliness’ while still keeping them anatomically and functionally viable, professes concept artist Shreya Shetty. She lays down few very important tenets to
Whether a hero or a villain, God or Goddess, in an illustration they’re all storytellers. Artist and graphic novelist Abhishek Singh believes that a character is the fulcrum upon which the entire story rests. He lays out the process by listing up few key aspects