Himanshi Shah is a digital nomad and travel photographer. From the ghost towns of Fukushima to the dragon temples of Thailand, from the rivers of Vietnam to the cemeteries of Mexico, she has been on a journey that has taken her to the far corners of the world. Himanshi credits Japan for having kickstarted her love affair with travel. Stepping onto the neon-lit alleys of Tokyo for the first time, she found herself teleported to a whole new reality. And that formed the genesis of Neon Dreamscapes, her part-cyberpunk, part-vaporwave portraits of Tokyo in all its neon glory. Immersing herself in the everyday humdrum of the megapolis, Himanshi emerges with images that are dazzling, exotic and ...

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Shirali is a multidisciplinary artist and designer whose work revolves around textiles, furniture, illustration and storytelling. Driven by a hands-on approach and a love for colours and simplicity, she immerses herself in the everyday to draw inspiration for her creations. An alumnus of Srishti School of Design and NID Ahmedabad, Shirali has previously been a part of Godrej & Boyce’s innovation lab where she explored the fields of textiles and space. At present, she...

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Ramesh Nannware earned his BFA from the J. J. School of Arts where his portraits brought him numerous awards and accolades. After being a part of several award-winning ad campaigns, he is now back to doing what he does best: portraits that capture the various hues of India. Ramesh’s work has been featured in numerous shows and venues all over the country, including the prestigious Jehangir Art Gallery. He considers Russian realist painter Ilya Repin as one of his biggest inspirations. 

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A Textile Design graduate from NID, Isha is currently pursuing her MA at the Royal College of Art, London. She enjoys a very organic and hands-on method of working, often integrating and exploring a variety of materials and processes. A large part of her work features structurally manipulated and intriguing tactile surfaces. She has showcased her creations and won an award in Textile Practices at The India Story, Kolkata. One of her stints also included launching a capsule clothing collection called 'Pavoe'. Challenging opportunities always inspire her, as they let her channel her nervous energy into her creative process.

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Son of well-known Pardhan Gond artists Durgabai and Subhash Vyam, Mansingh learnt painting from his parents at an early age. Even though he studied to be a Mechanical Engineer, Mansingh Vyam stands today as one of the most promising talents of the Gond School of Painting. Often depicting Gond myths in brilliant hues of orange, yellow and green, his paintings have been a part of prominent exhibitions in India and France. In 2011, Mansingh was selected for the State Award by Madhya Pradesh Hastashilp Vikas Nigam.

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Left to himself, Janil wouldn’t mind being on the road every single day of the year. Having honed his skills at the National Institute of Photography, he is always in search of that perfect wide landscape shot. It’s a quest that has taken him from the stark stretches of Ladakh to the coast of South Africa. And he’s still not done looking. His current favourite photographers are Michael Shainblum, Jan Erik Waider and Lukas Furlan. He’s based in Mumbai where he works as an Art Director. 

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