Enhancing magnificence of the natural world!

Rohan Dahotre is an illustrator wanting to make a difference. One who feels deeply about nature and draws inspiration from the stunning bounty of life it nourishes, he aims to convey and express the magnificence of the natural world!

Furry Friend

Rohan had already made it a ‘habit’ to add detail to his depictions, by the time he’d started drawing out his favourite cartoon characters as a kid. He was always fond of textures and patterns, incorporating them in his artwork, which only grew to contain more design elements.

Tribal Queen

A keen observer who loves exploring the wilderness, he enjoys illustrating all things wild. For him, nature is full of inspirations, and is the ultimate form of creative expression – be it various life forms; textures in leaves; designs and colours in bugs and insects, or the elegance in tigers and other wild cats. Undoubtedly, it endows him with insight, as studying the intricacies in nature and understanding animal behaviour is what he likes most.

Mister Rhino

The crux lies in simplifying complex organic forms into simple shapes, even though adding patterns inside them gives them a new identity. Experimenting with animal photos and giving them a new look and feel, he yearns to demonstrate the true beauty within the amazing creatures, so that people may better respect them and their habitat.

Published in Issue 34

This is a rebranding special issue focused on finding the answers to some of the basic questions like what is the right time for re-branding? or what all needs changing and how exactly? We interviewed some of the best branding studios like Landor Mumbai, Elephant, VGC, Inchwork, and many more. If you are considering rebranding or want to learn more about the art of doing it then this issue is a must read. So, go ahead!

 

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