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Originally from Bhusawal Jalgaon district, Chandrasekhar Thakur attained his Applied Arts degree from D Y Patil, Pune, taking illustration as his specialisation. Having explored various styles, he currently works with Truebil as an Art Director, and CO-Founder of ‘HAPPiNESS For You’ where in addition to illustrating, he also explores working for digital films and supervising most of the print works.


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Every year brings many opportunities and hopes along with celebrations. For this issue, we reached many visual artists and designers to know their expectations from the year 2018.</p> <p>This issue’s cover designer, Shreya Gulati is exceptionally impressed by the advancement of technology in design, especially how VR & AR has impacted new ways of creating. Whereas Seerow Unni, a digital artist sees the simple and minimal design is here to stay for long. On the other hand, Caricature artist from Barcelona (Spain), Ernest Priego Martin is really satisfied with his techniques and materials and doesn’t want to see much change in this year.</p> <p>Honing and sharpening one’s skills is always a quest for every creative. So, whether you have many or none expectations for the year, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!

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Dheeraj Bangar is an illustrator based in Pune, India, with almost 7 years of experience working as a freelancer and as part of an animation & graphic studio. Having graduated in Computer Science and completed his GD art in Applied Art from Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalay, Pune, he is currently working at Green Gold Animation as a visual development artist.


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Every year brings many opportunities and hopes along with celebrations. For this issue, we reached many visual artists and designers to know their expectations from the year 2018.</p> <p>This issue’s cover designer, Shreya Gulati is exceptionally impressed by the advancement of technology in design, especially how VR & AR has impacted new ways of creating. Whereas Seerow Unni, a digital artist sees the simple and minimal design is here to stay for long. On the other hand, Caricature artist from Barcelona (Spain), Ernest Priego Martin is really satisfied with his techniques and materials and doesn’t want to see much change in this year.</p> <p>Honing and sharpening one’s skills is always a quest for every creative. So, whether you have many or none expectations for the year, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!

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Ernest Priego Martin is an Illustrator born in Barcelona (Spain), dedicated to advertising illustration in Barcelona studios, making compatible collaborations in the world of comics for alternative fanzines such as Barzelona and others. Later, he became a freelancer, working for Spanish companies and South American organisations. Finally, he dedicated himself to the exciting arena of cartoon.


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Every year brings many opportunities and hopes along with celebrations. For this issue, we reached many visual artists and designers to know their expectations from the year 2018. This issue’s cover designer, Shreya Gulati is exceptionally impressed by the advancement of technology in design, especially how VR & AR has impacted new ways of creating. Whereas Seerow Unni, a digital artist sees the simple and minimal design is here to stay for long. On the other hand, Caricature artist from Barcelona (Spain), Ernest Priego Martin is really satisfied with his techniques and materials and doesn’t want to see much change in this year. Honing and sharpening one’s skills is always a quest for every creative. So, whether you have many or none expectations for the year, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!

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Sketch Artist, Prakash Thombre, describes himself as ‘Design entrepreneur, artist and Motorcycle nomad’ who clicks along his travels. Keen on observation, his sketches are rather those of everyday people. Primarily a User Experience Design professional, his 25-year career spans, an array of media & industries, blending UX design, Visual design, Branding and technology to create compelling user experience across form factors.


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Every year brings many opportunities and hopes along with celebrations. For this issue, we reached many visual artists and designers to know their expectations from the year 2018. This issue’s cover designer, Shreya Gulati is exceptionally impressed by the advancement of technology in design, especially how VR & AR has impacted new ways of creating. Whereas Seerow Unni, a digital artist sees the simple and minimal design is here to stay for long. On the other hand, Caricature artist from Barcelona (Spain), Ernest Priego Martin is really satisfied with his techniques and materials and doesn’t want to see much change in this year. Honing and sharpening one’s skills is always a quest for every creative. So, whether you have many or none expectations for the year, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!

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A professional concept & visual artist from Mumbai with a Bachelor’s degree in Animation and Film Design from Symbiosis Institute of Design, Pune. Medha Srivastava is currently a freelancer, experimenting with different genres of design and art practices like experimental animation, prop building in cosplay and photography while she aims to grow as an individual artist.


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Every year brings many opportunities and hopes along with celebrations. For this issue, we reached many visual artists and designers to know their expectations from the year 2018. This issue’s cover designer, Shreya Gulati is exceptionally impressed by the advancement of technology in design, especially how VR & AR has impacted new ways of creating. Whereas Seerow Unni, a digital artist sees the simple and minimal design is here to stay for long. On the other hand, Caricature artist from Barcelona (Spain), Ernest Priego Martin is really satisfied with his techniques and materials and doesn’t want to see much change in this year. Honing and sharpening one’s skills is always a quest for every creative. So, whether you have many or none expectations for the year, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!

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Graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts and specialised in Applied Art in the year 2000. Further developing a keen interest in animation, Seerow Unni engaged in character and background design, concept development, game design and development works and explainer videos. In 2014, he co-started his own Creative Studio, Eunoians, working with FIFA, WWF, UN and the likes.


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Every year brings many opportunities and hopes along with celebrations. For this issue, we reached many visual artists and designers to know their expectations from the year 2018.</p> <p>This issue’s cover designer, Shreya Gulati is exceptionally impressed by the advancement of technology in design, especially how VR & AR has impacted new ways of creating. Whereas Seerow Unni, a digital artist sees the simple and minimal design is here to stay for long. On the other hand, Caricature artist from Barcelona (Spain), Ernest Priego Martin is really satisfied with his techniques and materials and doesn’t want to see much change in this year.</p> <p>Honing and sharpening one’s skills is always a quest for every creative. So, whether you have many or none expectations for the year, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!

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Priyanka Karyekar is an illustrator and designer currently living in Pune. A graduate (Communication Design) from Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, she has worked 5 years for various design agencies in Mumbai, with brands like Hindustan Unilever, Lakmé, Garnier, L’Oreal and the likes, before moving base to Pune.


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Every year brings many opportunities and hopes along with celebrations. For this issue, we reached many visual artists and designers to know their expectations from the year 2018.</p> <p>This issue’s cover designer, Shreya Gulati is exceptionally impressed by the advancement of technology in design, especially how VR & AR has impacted new ways of creating. Whereas Seerow Unni, a digital artist sees the simple and minimal design is here to stay for long. On the other hand, Caricature artist from Barcelona (Spain), Ernest Priego Martin is really satisfied with his techniques and materials and doesn’t want to see much change in this year.</p> <p>Honing and sharpening one’s skills is always a quest for every creative. So, whether you have many or none expectations for the year, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!

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After completing his graduation in Visual Communication from Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology in Bangalore, Dev Ethan Valladares, a graphic and motion designer is currently working at Codesign in Gurgaon. With a soft spot for typography, he also uses motion graphics and 3D modelling as tools to enhance the graphic design experience.


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Every year brings many opportunities and hopes along with celebrations. For this issue, we reached many visual artists and designers to know their expectations from the year 2018.</p> <p>This issue’s cover designer, Shreya Gulati is exceptionally impressed by the advancement of technology in design, especially how VR & AR has impacted new ways of creating. Whereas Seerow Unni, a digital artist sees the simple and minimal design is here to stay for long. On the other hand, Caricature artist from Barcelona (Spain), Ernest Priego Martin is really satisfied with his techniques and materials and doesn’t want to see much change in this year.</p> <p>Honing and sharpening one’s skills is always a quest for every creative. So, whether you have many or none expectations for the year, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!

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After attaining his diploma in Applied Arts from Vasai Vikasini College in 2013, digital illustrator, Shreedhar Sutar worked at various advertising agencies before commencing his journey as a freelance illustrator in 2014. Mainly inspired by sports and culture, Shreedhar’s aim is to produce captivating work by experimenting with techniques, bright colours and interesting concepts.


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This Illustration Special is best to know why and how illustration as a popular medium is taking the design world by storm! From evolution of illustrations to its place in the world today, renowned designers and illustrators like Abhishek Singh, Mukesh Singh, Archan Nair, Alicia Souza, Raj Khatri with some international talent such as Fil Dunsky from Russia, Iain Macarthur and Richard Field from UK, who live and breathe illustration, would be the right people to gain some insight from. With many more talents to explore with great insights and excellent techniques, again a fully packed issue is waiting to amaze you!

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Holds a degree in Applied Arts from L. S. Raheja School of Arts. Shraddha Manohar Ghadigaonkar started her professional career as a Visualiser at Phonethics Mobile Media. For past six months, she has been working as a Designer at Togglehead, a full-service digital Marketing agency. She aspires to set up her own design studio someday.


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Every year brings many opportunities and hopes along with celebrations. For this issue, we reached many visual artists and designers to know their expectations from the year 2018.</p> <p>This issue’s cover designer, Shreya Gulati is exceptionally impressed by the advancement of technology in design, especially how VR & AR has impacted new ways of creating. Whereas Seerow Unni, a digital artist sees the simple and minimal design is here to stay for long. On the other hand, Caricature artist from Barcelona (Spain), Ernest Priego Martin is really satisfied with his techniques and materials and doesn’t want to see much change in this year.</p> <p>Honing and sharpening one’s skills is always a quest for every creative. So, whether you have many or none expectations for the year, this issue is a must-read. Go ahead and order your copy here or subscribe to not miss any future issues!

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