Sakshi Bhardwaj is an art director based in Delhi with an avid interest in doodling and illustration. Her artwork is inspired by her surroundings, with everything, big or small finding its way into her vision. We recently got in touch with Sakshi, an artist currently based in Delhi. She shares her motivations and ambitions […]Read more "Musings:Interview With Sakshi Bhardwaj"
Hot on the heels of our brand new framed art launch, we’re absolutely kicked to announce the launch of yet another new product category – mouse pads! With a wide (and growing) selection of indie art from around the world printed on anti-microbial polyester and anti skid rubber bases, our new mouse pads offer you […]Read more "Mousepads Now Available At Cupick!"
“One of the strangest things is the act of creation.” (Vera Nazarian) We’ve thoroughly enjoyed going through the recent #ArtvsArtist meme. It was delightful experience to witness the faces behind some amazing works of art, so we decided to give it a go ourselves. Here’s presenting 10 of our favourite artists and their artworks. ACID TOAD […]Read more "Art VS Artist: 10 Of Our Favourite Artists And Their Spectacular Artworks"
Jayesh Joshi is an illustrator and graphic artist, currently based in Mumbai. Jayesh carefully observes his surroundings, which adds much authenticity to his bold and provocative artwork. His erotic representation of the human form is as elegant as it is arousing. He keeps his style simple yet delivers much impact. In a conversation with us, […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Jayesh Joshi"
One thing we wanted to do this year was to find a way to offer framed prints for purchase on our website in addition to our existing art prints, posters and canvas prints. After many requests and suggestions, we’ve finally added framed prints to our repertoire. Perfect for empty walls and aspiring posters, get them frames to […]Read more "Framed Prints Now Available At Cupick!"
Kritika Trehan is an illustrator and graphic artist currently based in Kolkata. A graduate of the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, she attributes her love for art to her training. Kritika’s artwork embodies several aspects of nature and human life. She can be bold and provocative yet throw in subtle humour to make her […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Kritika Trehan"
Varsha Chakkera describes herself as a scatterbrained big sister and daughter and a pain of a wife, waiting to spread her art beyond the Indian shores. And spread it will! Her artwork is fun and often takes on her vivacious personality. Her inspirations and many, from manga to Bollywood and current events. She makes her artwork […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Varsha Chakkera"
Akriti Seth brings her quirky self to the fore through her decadent artwork. Inspired by everything, as she affirms, she portrays a spectrum of styles, from hand drawn wonders to minimal goodness. Bold and vibrant, detailed and intricate, Akriti’s artwork covers a range of styles and leaves the viewer mesmerized. We had a conversation with […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Akriti Seth"
Shonit Kishore’s artwork flows like his inexplicable emotions. There’s a strong connection of his artwork with his own experiences, which take form in the surreal atmosphere he builds. Inspired by the ethereal, Shonit portrays his love for capturing the beautiful and unforgettable, bringing much desired legibility to his imagination. We caught up with Shonit recently […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Shonit Kishore"
Joanna Davala’s illustrations reflect her love nature. She is quite taken with animals and has also confessed to portraying her love for food, through her quirky artwork. Joanna’s illustrations are happy and vibrant and we love that she chooses to depict little things that bring us great joy. In a recent conversation with us, Joanna […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Joanna Davala"