An Encyclopedia of Bottles is what I contributed to the Sketchbook Project 2012 (conducted by Art House Co-op). This encyclopedia is a result of my obsession with bottles and it reveals a whole new world of experimentation. Forms, shapes, colors, textures and materials are just a few of all the elements that I have tried to explore through this particular work. It was a lot of fun working on this project and it has helped me build a collection of little fun experiments that I would like to take forward in different directions.
This is what a writer friend had to say about me and the book. Take a look at the encyclopedia in progress, here. Find a digitized copy of this book in the Digital Library of Brooklyn Art Library.
So, Piggy (myself) and The Brain presented Lomography at Open Show Bangalore yesterday. Yes, for the first time in a public forum. The show was great with some really talented people exchanging some very interesting projects on visual arts in general. In the middle of all of this, we, the Lomographers and our funky Lomography cameras created quite a buzz, I must say. Here’s a poster that I did for the show.
And that’s us presenting at the show. See more of Piggy and The Brain’s collaborative works, here. And more of our Lomography works at our Lomo homes, Nishi Chauhan and Sahil Karkhanis respectively.
This here is a poster that I designed and created for a friend who was recently going to embark upon a new and joyful journey in his life. He is someone who is always brimming with life and passion and someone who carves out his own ways in pretty much everything he does. I think the poster does justice to him and his patterns. Do visit his blog.
A spread that I had illustrated for Karadi Tales in three different styles. The story was called, ‘The Wednesday Bazaar’ and this particular spread depicted the characters walking down the road towards the bazaar.
A poster that I recently designed for the Art of Bicycle Trips. This one is a part of the promotional campaign for their Victorian Bangalore Safari. Biking around the Garden City, what fun!