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"
Shreya Bhatia is an illustrator based in Delhi, who turns her intimate thoughts into a vivid and colourful utopia. It is a paradox that she creates. Her portraits reveal an unobtrusive calmness beneath all the chaos that her artwork seems to represent. We caught up with her for a little chat where she revealed to […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Shreya Bhatia"
Vishakha Ruhela creates an enigmatic universe through her art, to fulfill her longing for exploration. Treating her viewers with an expanse of wonder, she let’s her imagination run wild, which makes for a thrilling ride. Currently, a freelancer in Pondicherry, we caught up with Vishakha for a little chat. INTERVIEW We’re glad we could finally […]Read more "Musings: Interview with Vishakha Ruhela"
Rajarshi Goswami has been interested in art since he was a child but only recently did he realize his immense passion for it. His delightful doodles are inspired by everything he loves. He puts together his doodles with incredible detail which provides his artwork with great panache. Rajarshi is currently based in Bangalore, where he […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Rajarshi Goswami"
The new wave of female artists in India is curiously innovative, with their artwork exploring a wide range of themes, from identity and memory, to satire, politics and contemporary culture. We bring to you 150+ of some of the most promising female artists in India. As a platform that aims to empower artists everywhere, we […]Read more "Big Bad List: 150+ Female Illustrators, Designers and Visual Artists From India"
Illustrator and Graphic Artist, Mansi Thakkar’s surreal art is a provocative depiction of the world she finds herself immersed in. With a keen sense of observation, she boldly portrays the disharmony that affects the human psyche. In her own words, some days it’s angst that she expresses, while on some, just an aspiration for a […]Read more "Musings: Interview with Mansi Thakkar"
The Big Bad List this week, features some of our favourite artworks in a collection of coasters inspired by big bad Bollywood. Shahrukh Khan not your thing? No worries, we’ve got something for everybody. Take your pick from over forty awesome artworks! Go ahead and browse through our little tribute to the vibrant and colourful world […]Read more "The Big Bad List: 40+ Awesome Bollywood Inspired Coasters"
Self-taught artist Vamsi Krishna’s impeccably composed abstract representations of the organic, are unusually evocative of the symmetry and chaos he wishes to portray simultaneously. It his careful consideration of detail, that brings his geometric portraits to life. Vamsi is currently based in Bangalore, where he works as a full time UI/UX designer. We caught up […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Vamsi Krishna"