An Applied Art graduate from the L. S. Raheja School of Art, Bandra, Prashant is one of the most promising new voices in India’s graphic design scene. Inspired by dreams, failures and nature, Prashant prefers using vectors and watercolours to bring his bold yet minimal designs to life. When not working on his next project, he’s usually found in the neighbourhood park working on his cover drive – just like his icon Rahul Dravid. 

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Subhash Vyam is a Pardhan Gond artist from Madhya Pradesh. A master sculptor known for his evocative wooden sculptures, he made the transition to two dimensional paintings after one of his ink drawings was awarded the Rajya Hastha Shilpa Puraskar by the Govt. of Madhya Pradesh in 2002. Primarily working with ink on canvas and paper, Subhash’s favourite theme is aquatic life. Inspired by his wife and fellow artist Durgabai’s vast reservoir of folktales, Subhash started incorporating scenes and characters from these narratives into his work. Together, they worked on an iconic wall installation at the 2018 edition of Kochi...

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Osheen Siva is an illustrator and artist from South India, currently based in Goa. Her works revolve around the themes of femininity, sexuality, and gender and its intersections with technology and society. Through the lens of surrealism, speculative fiction and science fiction - rooted in mythologies and her Tamilian heritage - Siva imagines new worlds of post-colonial dreamscapes, futuristic oases with mutants and monsters, and narratives of feminine power that are generally lacking in popular art and culture.

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Debangshu Moulik is an artist based in Pune, India. Drawing from comic books, animation and art history, his vivid and stylised artworks are characterised by bold lines and explored in a variety of mediums. Typically featuring many human characters, all rendered with singular expressiveness, Debangshu's work also bears traces of traditional influence. This comes across in the way he draws facial features, which are inspired by Indian religious iconography such as the Kalighat paintings and the sculptures of Mahabalipuram. Debangshu earned a BFA from Abhinav Kala Vidyalaya, Pune University, where he studied Painting. He has been commissioned for art projects by numerous brands including...

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Pragun Agarwal is a Graphic Designer currently based in Germany. An alumnus of National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad and Maryland Institute College of Art, Pragun’s work is inspired by a constant experimentation with various materials. A typography enthusiast, he loves to explore the limitless possibilities of letterforms – be it the abstract, the expressive or the intricate. His work has been published and showcased by various publications and collectives including The Washington Post and Type Directors Club. Pragun currently works at Landor, Hamburg as a Senior Designer.

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Princess Pea is an anonymous Indian artist whose work investigates notions of gender identity and the self. Drawing from a variety of influences including literature, mythology, crafts, contemporary politics and society, she is best known for her deeply evocative and collaborative performances and sculptural practice. Representing strong feminist messages and made in collaboration with traditional Etikopakka artisans from coastal Andhra Pradesh, her series of miniature wooden sculptures have been widely popular and have contributed to the revival of the age-old toy making art form. Princess Pea’s work has been featured by leading platforms including India Art Fair, Art Dubai as well as...

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