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Opposite HQ is a design studio that works on brand identity design, packaging design and user experience design. In their own words, “Opposite is a stance”. They build brands with a point of view, a point of view that is Opposite.


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Like earlier issues, the issue 55 focuses on a design topic, ‘The Power of Print’. But this time is different as you will not only find articles, case studies, and opinions from the industry experts on the topic, but you will also experience the power of current print technologies. So, what if we tell you that the cover of issue 55 magazine is a unique print, there are no two same covers of this issue. It is the first time any publication has tried something like this on such a scale. For this historical cover, we collaborated with the HP Indigo team and invited cover entries through a competition. From an overwhelming response, we chose 03 winners – Pavan Rajurkar, Muhammed Sajid and Rohan Dahotre, and then the HP Indigo team did their magic to print 24k unique covers out of just three artworks. You will find many inside insightful interviews of Priya Mistry, Broti Bhattacharya, Dhwani Trivedi, Mangesh Khollam along with mesmerising illustration studios the ‘Big Fat Studio’ and ‘Studio Muti’.

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Studio Lotus is an interdisciplinary design studio that believes in delivering enriching design solutions through a value–driven process. It is acknowledged as a thought leader in the country for its work in the domain of Architecture and Spatial Design.


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Like earlier issues, the issue 55 focuses on a design topic, ‘The Power of Print’. But this time is different as you will not only find articles, case studies, and opinions from the industry experts on the topic, but you will also experience the power of current print technologies. So, what if we tell you that the cover of issue 55 magazine is a unique print, there are no two same covers of this issue. It is the first time any publication has tried something like this on such a scale. For this historical cover, we collaborated with the HP Indigo team and invited cover entries through a competition. From an overwhelming response, we chose 03 winners – Pavan Rajurkar, Muhammed Sajid and Rohan Dahotre, and then the HP Indigo team did their magic to print 24k unique covers out of just three artworks. You will find many inside insightful interviews of Priya Mistry, Broti Bhattacharya, Dhwani Trivedi, Mangesh Khollam along with mesmerising illustration studios the ‘Big Fat Studio’ and ‘Studio Muti’.

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Studio MUTI
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Mine Day, Clinton Campbell, and Brad Hodgkiss along with their team of 15 members are the face behind Studio Muti. The studio has catered to multiple mediums of art across various niches since its inception in 2011.


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Like earlier issues, the issue 55 focuses on a design topic, ‘The Power of Print’. But this time is different as you will not only find articles, case studies, and opinions from the industry experts on the topic, but you will also experience the power of current print technologies. So, what if we tell you that the cover of issue 55 magazine is a unique print, there are no two same covers of this issue. It is the first time any publication has tried something like this on such a scale. For this historical cover, we collaborated with the HP Indigo team and invited cover entries through a competition. From an overwhelming response, we chose 03 winners – Pavan Rajurkar, Muhammed Sajid and Rohan Dahotre, and then the HP Indigo team did their magic to print 24k unique covers out of just three artworks. You will find many inside insightful interviews of Priya Mistry, Broti Bhattacharya, Dhwani Trivedi, Mangesh Khollam along with mesmerising illustration studios the ‘Big Fat Studio’ and ‘Studio Muti’.

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Founded by Aniruddh Mehta, a multi-disciplinary design studio, Studio Bigfat is based out of Mumbai. They work on services like branding, packaging, graphic design, digital illustration and motion design. Engaging in a conversation, they tell us more on what it takes to create a brand identity and memorable visual designs.


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Like earlier issues, the issue 55 focuses on a design topic, ‘The Power of Print’. But this time is different as you will not only find articles, case studies, and opinions from the industry experts on the topic, but you will also experience the power of current print technologies. So, what if we tell you that the cover of issue 55 magazine is a unique print, there are no two same covers of this issue. It is the first time any publication has tried something like this on such a scale. For this historical cover, we collaborated with the HP Indigo team and invited cover entries through a competition. From an overwhelming response, we chose 03 winners – Pavan Rajurkar, Muhammed Sajid and Rohan Dahotre, and then the HP Indigo team did their magic to print 24k unique covers out of just three artworks. You will find many inside insightful interviews of Priya Mistry, Broti Bhattacharya, Dhwani Trivedi, Mangesh Khollam along with mesmerising illustration studios the ‘Big Fat Studio’ and ‘Studio Muti’.

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Chirag Jadhav
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A graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Art. Chirag Jadhav has worked as a graphic designer at ‘House of Renyou’, a content strategy brand, and also as Assistant Art Director and Concept Artist for an Indian web series.


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Like earlier issues, the issue 55 focuses on a design topic, ‘The Power of Print’. But this time is different as you will not only find articles, case studies, and opinions from the industry experts on the topic, but you will also experience the power of current print technologies. So, what if we tell you that the cover of issue 55 magazine is a unique print, there are no two same covers of this issue. It is the first time any publication has tried something like this on such a scale. For this historical cover, we collaborated with the HP Indigo team and invited cover entries through a competition. From an overwhelming response, we chose 03 winners – Pavan Rajurkar, Muhammed Sajid and Rohan Dahotre, and then the HP Indigo team did their magic to print 24k unique covers out of just three artworks. You will find many inside insightful interviews of Priya Mistry, Broti Bhattacharya, Dhwani Trivedi, Mangesh Khollam along with mesmerising illustration studios the ‘Big Fat Studio’ and ‘Studio Muti’.

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Mangesh Khollam otherwise known as Scooterbeard is a freelance cartoonist, illustrator, character designer based inPune, India. Mangesh’s caricatures are often delightfully exaggerated versions of the subject, depicted to humour and engage the viewer’s imagination.


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Like earlier issues, the issue 55 focuses on a design topic, ‘The Power of Print’. But this time is different as you will not only find articles, case studies, and opinions from the industry experts on the topic, but you will also experience the power of current print technologies. So, what if we tell you that the cover of issue 55 magazine is a unique print, there are no two same covers of this issue. It is the first time any publication has tried something like this on such a scale. For this historical cover, we collaborated with the HP Indigo team and invited cover entries through a competition. From an overwhelming response, we chose 03 winners – Pavan Rajurkar, Muhammed Sajid and Rohan Dahotre, and then the HP Indigo team did their magic to print 24k unique covers out of just three artworks. You will find many inside insightful interviews of Priya Mistry, Broti Bhattacharya, Dhwani Trivedi, Mangesh Khollam along with mesmerising illustration studios the ‘Big Fat Studio’ and ‘Studio Muti’.

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Priya Mistry is a UK-based illustrator and animator. Her works often revolve around ordinary people and places, made extraordinary through her use of bold colours and intriguing compositions. Priya obtained her Bachelors in Animation from the University of Wales and has worked with clients from around the world including Google, Apple and The New Yorker among others.


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Like earlier issues, the issue 55 focuses on a design topic, ‘The Power of Print’. But this time is different as you will not only find articles, case studies, and opinions from the industry experts on the topic, but you will also experience the power of current print technologies. So, what if we tell you that the cover of issue 55 magazine is a unique print, there are no two same covers of this issue. It is the first time any publication has tried something like this on such a scale. For this historical cover, we collaborated with the HP Indigo team and invited cover entries through a competition. From an overwhelming response, we chose 03 winners – Pavan Rajurkar, Muhammed Sajid and Rohan Dahotre, and then the HP Indigo team did their magic to print 24k unique covers out of just three artworks. You will find many inside insightful interviews of Priya Mistry, Broti Bhattacharya, Dhwani Trivedi, Mangesh Khollam along with mesmerising illustration studios the ‘Big Fat Studio’ and ‘Studio Muti’.

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Dhwani Trivedi
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Dhwani Trivedi is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer. With specialisation in creating illustrations and visual media that speaks to the masses. She is pursuing her master’s from the University of the Arts, London which is the second second-best art school in the world. Her work has been published in the Best Indian Illustrations Magazine and many more publications.


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Like earlier issues, the issue 55 focuses on a design topic, ‘The Power of Print’. But this time is different as you will not only find articles, case studies, and opinions from the industry experts on the topic, but you will also experience the power of current print technologies. So, what if we tell you that the cover of issue 55 magazine is a unique print, there are no two same covers of this issue. It is the first time any publication has tried something like this on such a scale. For this historical cover, we collaborated with the HP Indigo team and invited cover entries through a competition. From an overwhelming response, we chose 03 winners – Pavan Rajurkar, Muhammed Sajid and Rohan Dahotre, and then the HP Indigo team did their magic to print 24k unique covers out of just three artworks. You will find many inside insightful interviews of Priya Mistry, Broti Bhattacharya, Dhwani Trivedi, Mangesh Khollam along with mesmerising illustration studios the ‘Big Fat Studio’ and ‘Studio Muti’.

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Broti Bhattacharya is a Mumbai-based illustrator and Communication Designer with a special love for Visual Arts. As his style predominately is black & white, his use of colour remains minimalist. A NIFT Delhi graduate in Graphic Design, he’s also co-founded Define, a Brand Design company.


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Like earlier issues, the issue 55 focuses on a design topic, ‘The Power of Print’. But this time is different as you will not only find articles, case studies, and opinions from the industry experts on the topic, but you will also experience the power of current print technologies. So, what if we tell you that the cover of issue 55 magazine is a unique print, there are no two same covers of this issue. It is the first time any publication has tried something like this on such a scale. For this historical cover, we collaborated with the HP Indigo team and invited cover entries through a competition. From an overwhelming response, we chose 03 winners – Pavan Rajurkar, Muhammed Sajid and Rohan Dahotre, and then the HP Indigo team did their magic to print 24k unique covers out of just three artworks. You will find many inside insightful interviews of Priya Mistry, Broti Bhattacharya, Dhwani Trivedi, Mangesh Khollam along with mesmerising illustration studios the ‘Big Fat Studio’ and ‘Studio Muti’.

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