Stay True to Brief and Yet Find Free-flowing Strokes

Stay True to Brief and Yet Find Free-flowing Strokes

If there's one thing that disheartens a designer, it's resistance. On the other hand, every designer should know how to use his free-flowing strokes to justify the core message. Graphic designer and illustrator Gautam Gajbar explains how he strikes the balance to come up with loud and expressive works.

When Your Work Speaks, You Don't Have to Interrupt

No Boss, no partner to stop you or disagree with you – in one's own setup, the mind has the brief and the heart is the executor. The perceptions start with a few raw thoughts in the head, which come on to paper in the form of quick scribbles. You start from a core subject and then let the elements develop gradually. Finally making the composition a mix of impulsive visuals and aesthetically placed design elements. This whole process of arranging and composing these elements unfolds the story of the subject on its own.

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