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    Exhibit at Project Hello

    June has undoubtedly been the busiest month in my life, started out with the Denver Chalk Art festival, and Project Hello was a fitting end to the month.

    Project Hello is an initiative by Sandra Fettingis and Louise Martorano to unite the creative community in denver - visual artists, crafters, designers, musicians, fashion and jewelry designers, writers, culinary artists, film makers and performers. This year the show was at the Redline Gallery and the space was just perfect, spacious, well laid out and very friendly.

    I had a 11 feet wallspace, and decided to try out something different with a 3D structure depicting one of my earlier characters. The structure was built with wood and gator board by my good friend and mentor Richard Duggan (he was impeccable with his precision and skill and I sure learnt a hell lot more just hanging around him!), and the environment was made with chipboard. And to spice things up and make it more interesting, the character had an interactive device mounted in it with my volume of work on it.

    We also did a crazy amount of screenprinting (a special word out to Nicky and Stu over at the Inklounge studios, they are just awesome!), and made loads of sketchbooks, artprints and paper puppets. (Deepti was like the ghost inside a machine, unstoppable!!)

    Over all the experience was awesome, had my good friends Rob Mack and Debbie Clapper exhibit their work just across my space ( and their work was brilliant as always!), met some really talented artists and had some really good friends drop in to meet!

    Special thanks to our friend Arun Menon for being there and helping us put up the whole exhibit.

    Now back to the real world work, some mean design jobs to be handled, my nephew turns 3 so have to design his birthday banner involving his new obsession - a blue train( goes without saying that we are his official designers!) and finally topping it off with the most anticipated wedding of the year - Mcweddington at Keystone!!

    now thats one long post!

    pic credits : Geoff Allen

    The Sparrow & The Skull | Linocut by Deepti Nair

    Deepti finally took over the blank lino sheet from me after i was sitting on it for weeks figuring what to make and print. An hour later she made this sweet skull and then put a bird on it (she probably is watching a lot of Portlandia), and then a day and a badly bruised hand later, she printed out this really sweet print. Love it.

    Rock-Pop-Death | Doodlers Anonymous + Blik wall graphic design contest

    And it gets better,

    My entry to the Doodler Anonymous + Blik wall graphic design challenge - Rock - Pop - Death won the community vote choice award and will be now made in to a limited edition 100 piece wall art by Blik. This challenge was fun, and a special shout out to all the talented designers on DA and all those who liked the artwork and voted for me.

    This is epic! thnx to the fabulous guys over at Doodlers Anonymous and Blik!

    Creative Gaga | Feature in March 2011 issue

    March seems to be soon becoming my fav month of the year, I was featured in this month’s issue of Creative Gaga - showcasing the best design talents in the industry! The magazine looks fabulous, and its an absolute keeper. So if u see a copy, own it!!

    The Broken Bangles Project | Sameer Kulavoor // Breakthrough // O&M

    Totally diggin’ this innovative project titled “The Broken Bangles Project’ by the ever so talented Sameer Kulavoor. Commissioned on behalf of Breakthrough ( an initiative on domestic violence) by O&M, Sameer uses broken bangles (a symbol of domestic violence in India) to create a absolutely stunning piece of art! Kudos!

    See more of sameer’s work here.

    some scribbles over a lazy long weekend!

    Hanuman - Blue Hanuman - Orange

    Hanuman | Lifting Dronagiri

    When Lakshmana is severely wounded by Indrajit during the war against Ravana, Hanuman is sent to fetch the Sanjivani, a powerful life-restoring herb from Dronagiri mountain in the Himalayas, to revive him.He then again begins his search for herb but when he realises that he may unable to find the specific herb before sunrise, Hanuman lifts the entire Dronagiri mountain in one hand and flies to take it to the battlefield in Lanka. The Vaidhya Sushena then personally, finds herb and revives Lakshmana.

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