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We live in a world where everyone around is a character, playing a role for some reason. Art Director, Saurabh Chandekar, takes notice of

Passionate about sculpting human forms, Japanese artist, Nagato Iwasaki uses driftwood to create life-size human sculptures that are slightly creepy, yet beautiful.

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

Illustrator, Pracheta Banerjee, believes that if the fire within keeps burning, one will find their own unique way and style. With that, she stays

To most, the 'tip' represents or signifies only a minuscule portion of a greater and large phenomenon; an ending, rather, tapering merely into a

Mimicking nature is no small task, especially when it involves a moody and constantly swinging factor such as the weather. Yet, watercolour artist from

How does one express forms that cannot be seen by the naked eye; heard by the ear, or even felt by touch through visuals?

The perception of design has changed from just serving a purpose to one that encourages you to express. Taxi Fabric is a medium that

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