1. Fashion Fridays ~ Tanya Ling

    Tanya Ling was born in Calcutta in 1966. In 1989 she graduated in Fashion Design and Textiles at the world renowned St Martin’s School of Art in London.After that, she moved to Paris where she worked as a designer for Dorothee Bis and later Christan Lacroix.

  2. Abhishek Singh

    Abhishek Singh was born in Madhya Pradesh, India. This culturally rich city inspired him to venture onto a creative career path, which has been very successful thus far. He worked in several capacities at Virgin Comics and he has developed a number of animation projects for Cartoon Network and UTV. His work seems to scream out Indian culture with a modern twist; the characters, the costumes and the detail. Abhishek’s style is epic…just like the Indian stories he longs to retell.

  3. Poonam Mistry

    Poonam is a UK based illustrator with an incredible style that draws influence from Indian culture, fabrics, ornaments and other artworks. There seems to be an aboriginal influence in her work which is also evident, but her Indian roots seem ever-present with works surrounding the Hindu Gods and Goddesses, Indian folklore and patterns. She uses various techniques including traditional hand-drawn, screen printing, digital, wood carving and etching.

  4. Sandeep Menon

    Sandeep Menon currently works at Blue Sky Studios as a Designer, having previously worked as a product designer in India before moving into the animation industry. It is evident that some of the skills developed as a product designer have been successfully carried over into Sandeep’s animation concepts. I admire his imagination, but he also brings to the table a great attention to detail that really takes us into his world.

  5. Sameer Kulavoor

    Sameer Kulavoor grew up in Mumbai, India, where postage stamps, flip books and magazine picture cut-outs flooded his visual senses. This lead on to a career as a creative illustrator, working for clients such as BBC, Chivas Regal, Honda and MTV to name a few. In 2009 he worked on his limited edition booklet of personal sketches titled ‘Sidewalks & Coffeeshops’ and shortly after set up his studio Bombay Duck Designs.