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"
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"
Patterns, motifs and intricate details provide such an unusual structure to art. Vrushali Somvanshi shows us how through her portraits of vivid exploration. The colourful expanse of her work is rooted in all that’s personal and familiar, often inspired by her own experiences. We had a little chat with Vrushali and were surprised to know […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Vrushali Somavanshi"
Nature is an inspiration to countless artists. In this week’s Big Bad List, as a tribute to nature, we’ve put together some of the most beautiful deer we’ve come across. Go ahead and immerse yourselves in your own little slice of nature. (This list is in no particular order and is not exhaustive) Live in each […]Read more "The Big Bad List: 35+ Beautiful Artworks of Deer You’ll Absolutely Love"
Sahil Mehta, is an artist currently based in Mumbai, whose art reflects his myriad inspirations. Sahil’s distinctive style is his own unique take on the comics he holds in such high regard. Comical and often bizarre, his artwork never fails to make a mark. In this interview we learn more about Sahil’s influences, his current […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Sahil Mehta"
Today, we attempt to catch a glimpse at where the magic happens. Six artists on Cupick, share with us their sacred spaces and indispensable tools, aspects of the creative process that often get overlooked. If you’re an artist on Cupick and would like to share your creative process, we would love to hear from you. […]Read more "The Tools Artists Use: Series 3"
In this week’s Big Bad List, we’ve put together some of the cutest, cuddliest and goofiest dogs we came across. These delightful and daffy dogs will make your day. Go ahead and share some puppy love! (This list is in not particular order and is not exhaustive.) The conclusion I have reached is that, above […]Read more "The Big Bad List: 50+ Delightful And Daffy Dogs You’ll Absolutely Love"
Shruti Bhagwat’s artwork is a celebration all the simple things in life. With a passion for typography and hand lettering, she transforms each one of her artworks into little snippets of joy. In a conversation with us, Shruti spills all about the start of her artistic journey as an engineer and her eventual foray into […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Shruti Bhagwat"
Jaspreet Singh Matharu, illustrator and graphic artist based in Delhi, pays homage to great Sikh leaders in his series of beautiful minimalist illustrations. Greatly influenced by culture and tradition, Jaspreet imparts a sense of timelessness to his artworks that celebrate the glorious past. In a conversation with us, Jaspreet reveals how he came to realise […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Jaspreet Matharu"
Abhishek Choudhury’s illustrations are a sight for sore eyes. Instantly uplifting and loads of fun, Abhishek’s artwork presents pop-culture with a whole new twist. Join us as we speak to Abhishek about his fascination with everything pop-culture and get to know more about his artistic process. INTERVIEW Hi Abhishek, it’s great to finally speak to […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Abhishek Choudhury"