In this technologically driven world, it is sometimes refreshing to admire design that is inspired from things that have been forgotten. Using paper as a canvas as well as a tool, Yulia Broskaya captures old age in a unique and trendy manner. In conversation with
Colours can paint a good picture or spoil it all together, literally. Graphic Designer, Meroo Seth, speaks about and elaborates upon her approach towards finding the essential colour combination in sync with the remaining elements of her work.
Using a unique strategy, the campaign for Soolantra utilises characterisation to depict the efficacy of the treatment and its ability to eliminate the symptoms of the chronic skin disorder – Rosacea once and for all.
We are amidst the times of discussion and debate about art, craft, and design. In spite of that, the fact remains that a piece of creation should ultimately let the audience experience a sense of joy and a desire to touch or possess the work,
Graphic designer, Itu Chaudhuri, lets out his experience and insight in the field of branding. He expresses what goes into creating effective brands, and the various aspects or elements that play a role in the process.
As a new academic year is about to commence, one is reminded of the expectations one has of the educational experience. All is not rosy, neither all thorny, for that matter; it is mostly a mixed affair—there are "good" and "not-so-good" aspects of any educational
Ben Kwok, who got his BFA in Illustration from California State University, Long Beach, takes us through his own experinces and insights gained as a keen illustrator.
The day we evolve from the life's basic needs and moved to cave paintings, rituals and festivals, the colours have a special space in our life. Uttam Hasabnis, a creative consultant at Cub Design, believes that even right colours for a brand come from a
As the digital world has made the world smaller, design has coalesced as well where different forms are uniting and new evolutions are seen. Illustration ‘Type’ is one such avenue of type design which can add more meaning to characters and words. Visual Communication Designer,
Craft is something that designers are forgetting. Inspired by the look and feel of real shapes, creative designer and art director, Nico Castro from Spain,
talks about his design process. Rendered with technology, he believes design can take on any form!