We converse this week with Sara Joseph, illustrator and graphic artist based in Bangalore. Rich, earthy and intricate, her artwork portrays her surroundings in all it’s somber magnificence. In this interview, we learn more of Sara’s beginnings as an artist and her passion to document everything around her. INTERVIEW Hi Sara! It’s a pleasure to […]Read more "Musings: Interview with Sara Joseph"
India is home to diverse forms of art thanks to the diversity of it’s people. Of particular note are the many forms of folk and tribal art that have propelled Indian Art to it’s present recognition, yet remain relatively lesser known. This week, we take a look at a few of these indigenous art-forms. (This […]Read more "16 Noteworthy Indian Folk Art Practices"
Who doesn’t love the caped crusader? We searched the web for amazing Batman fan-art and have compiled our findings into this list of batman memorabilia. Grab yourselves a souvenir! (This list is in no particular order and is not exhaustive) BRUCE WAYNE “People need dramatic examples to shake them out of apathy and I can’t […]Read more "The Big Bad List: 50+ Ridiculously Awesome Batman Fan Art That Will Blow Your Mind"
Agni Janakiram’s use of earthy tones and intricate details evoke warmth that seems to have been lost in the monotony of life. An appreciation for nature and and even larger appreciation for simplicity, is what make Agni’s creations delicate and irresistible. In a conversation with us, Agni speaks about her passion for art, especially sculpture, […]Read more "Musings : Interview with Agni Janakiram"
Art as a profession is still quite an unconventional career choice in India, but it is steadily gaining ground thanks to some equally unconventional artists forging their way ahead and laying down the path for their fellow artists. We spoke to ten artists on Cupick and asked them for some advice for artists on the […]Read more "10 Artists From Cupick Share Advice For Budding Artists"
The artists mentioned on this list are the creators of some of the most trippy art we have come across on Cupick as well as the expanse of the web. In this week’s Big Bad List we bring to you artworks that transcend the limits of perceivable consciousness. (This list is no particular order and […]Read more "The Big Bad List: 80+ Artworks For the Ultimate Psychedelic Experience"
Lotta Farber is the alias that Gitanjali Sukumar goes by. An illustrator, graphic designer and art photographer based primarily in Bangalore, Gitanjali channels her positive energy into her artwork inspired by nature and animals. Her work exhibits a playful sense of adventure, of a desire to prolong her experiences. In a conversation with us Gitanjali […]Read more "Musings: Interview with Lotta Farber"
Street Art is only just finding it’s place in the art community in India and is truly emerging as an art form. We bring to you twenty artists who have greatly contributed to the recent rise in popularity that street art has witnessed. (This list is in no particular order and is not exhaustive) HARSHVARDHAN […]Read more "20+ Indian Artists Spearheading the Street Art Movement"
There’s no better good-guy-turned-bad-guy story than Breaking Bad. This week’s Big Bad List is dedicated to one of the most badass shows ever! Go ahead and treat yourself some Breaking Bad swag. (This list is in no particular order and is not exhaustive.) WALTER WHITE/HEISENBERG The protagonist, antagonist and anti-hero, Walter evolves from mild-mannered […]Read more "The Big Bad List: 40+ Must See Breaking Bad Fan Art"
Karl Dmitri Bishop, fine art photographer, transports you to a mythical dreamlike existence, a realm where nature permeates the senses, in a gentle reminder of a long lost connection. He delves deep into the very fabric of the universe, the invisible yet omnipresent nerves that fasten us to the inexplicable mystery of life. In this […]Read more "Musings: Interview with Karl Dmitri Bishop"