“My work is a farrago of my quotidian musings about strange conversations, music and copious amounts of love for gooey-ness.”- Tanya Singh

“My work is a farrago of my quotidian musings about strange conversations, music and copious amounts of love for gooey-ness.”- Tanya Singh

May 22, 2018
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Tanya Singh, is freelance visual artist currently based in Delhi, who likes to make cheeky comics, mushy zines, murals and drawings. Read our conversation with her to find out more...

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“I have dealt with too many people who expect free work because they represent big, well-known companies.”- Damini Gupta

“I have dealt with too many people who expect free work because they represent big, well-known companies.”- Damini Gupta

May 11, 2018
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This conversation with Damini Gupta, a self-taught designer and illustrator puts a light on her journey as a designer and her take on current industry standards.

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Stages of Love as illustrated by Saksham Verma

Stages of Love as illustrated by Saksham Verma

May 3, 2018
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Featuring Saksham Verma, an illustrator, graphic designer and Street Artist, madly driven by the popular culture of the past and present. Read more to know about his inspirations, his processes,...

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‘As artists we have adapted to the capitalist system, which is sad to say but true.’ – Monica Loya

‘As artists we have adapted to the capitalist system, which is sad to say but true.’ – Monica Loya

April 21, 2018
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Monica Loya is a visual artist currently living in Mexico City. Monica's artworks are a reflection of everything she experiences and comes across on a daily basis.

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‘I want to be known as an important part of Pop Culture’ – Jaime Sanchez

‘I want to be known as an important part of Pop Culture’ – Jaime Sanchez

April 15, 2018
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In conversation with Jaime Sanchez, a still life photographer, best known for his work where he uses LEGO to complete images of daily of objects. All images by - Jaime...

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‘The words came out of my mouth like pieces of shattered glass, uneven and useless.’ – Arshiya

‘The words came out of my mouth like pieces of shattered glass, uneven and useless.’ – Arshiya

April 10, 2018
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Arshiya Dhiman, is a sixteen-year-old artist from Himachal Pradesh, currently living in Bangalore. She tells us how she got to making illustrations and the inspiration behind those art pieces.

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‘I am the idea. I created the concept’ – Srishti Bose

‘I am the idea. I created the concept’ – Srishti Bose

March 31, 2018
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In conversation with Srishti Bose about her process as an artist and knowing what got her started in the first place.

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It is all our small acts of freedom that build a nation – Gurmehar Kaur

It is all our small acts of freedom that build a nation – Gurmehar Kaur

February 6, 2018
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Gurmehar Kaur in conversation with Manasi Subramaniam. Covered by Anushka Yadav for The Curator Mag. Cover photo by Akshay Kapoor.

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