Here is our 2017 collection of illustrations by Lokesh Karekar, Wallcano, Shreya Gulati and Ranganath Krishnamani, that well describe and represent, thorough current context, the significance of the day India marked its independence after a long freedom struggle.
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We ought to remember all those souls that readily offered themselves in life and death to the Indian’s freedom movement. Hence all the leading icons of the nation’s freedom, in their iconic poses.
By Lokesh Karekar locopopo.com
Desktop Version: [lana_download id=”22011″]
Mobile Version: [lana_download id=”22018″]
Young India – Vibrant India
Young India, today, is synonymous of ‘Digital India’, where most things are expressed via hashtags. Thus depicting, hereby, the vibrant, positive and liberating tastes and trends of the nation’s youth, symbolised by one of its most insisted pursuits, gender equality.
By Wallcano wallcano.in
Desktop Version: [lana_download id=”22020″]
Mobile Version: [lana_download id=”22023″]
Light My Fire
70 Years of independence, yet the nation’s woman is not free in its true sense, hindered by various social stigma. This illustration serves as a tribute to all the powerful, all-encompassing women empowering themselves and each other.
By Shreya Gulati shreyagulati.in
Desktop Version: [lana_download id=”22026″]
The splendor of the dialogue between the current times and storytelling monuments of the past is bygone with the splendor of the modern digital era, submerged in the glamour of the ‘selfie’—Hemakuta hill, Hampi, of 14th century Vijayanagar empire.
By Ranganath Krishnamani liquidink.design
Desktop Version: [lana_download id=”22024″]
Mobile Version: [lana_download id=”22025″]