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Illustrator, Parvati Pillai, tells us how trying out new styles and forms of illustration are key for a designer to grow at one’s craft

In a time when we designs and artworks surround us all, the importance of doing things differently is what counts. Illustrator, Iain Macarthur from

In today’s international world, being a freelancer means being available to the entire world. No matter where you’re from, one needs to adapt to

Visual Designer, Khushboo Shree, takes us through her process of doodling intricate patterns and connecting them to generate a larger image; one that depicts

Illustrator, Ernest Priego Martin, takes us through his approach behind making caricatures of various personalities. He speaks about the observation that goes into each

Representing people is no small task, especially when each one is a complex amalgamation of peculiar moods, styles, experiences and so on. A sketch

From the wide variety of design work that Creative Gaga feature each year, at the end of the year we take a moment to

Sachin Puthran was there when it all happened. “It was 1995; the time of hand-drawn illustrations, airbrushed finished images and cut-paste typesetting. Digital was

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