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Posted on August 14th, 2016 in Illustration by Nithin

The following images were created for the Psychologist Patapia Tzotzoli. They were done with her guidance to be used for her private practice in London. The images are insights into the mind and can be seen as motivational posters and a set of images that can be utilised as 'wellbeing' images.

Pen & Ink

Posted on August 14th, 2016 in Illustration by Nithin

The following are illustrations that I have done for various conceptual projects as well portraits of objects and people. They range in sizes starting from an A4 paper size and venturing as large as a A1 paper size. The illustrations were created for hypothetical purposes such as posters, t-shirt designs and packaging. They are done by hand with pen and ink.

Indian Foods

Posted in Illustration by Nithin

These were a series of illustrations created for a self assigned brief that I worked on after having compled my dissertation on 'Visual Culture and Representation in India' for my MA degree. For the series I choose some common India snacky foods that I thought appealed to a global consciousness and then illustrated them. The purpose of these illustrations were for commericial use as posters for a restaurant or cafe.

Slum Series

Posted in Illustration by Nithin

This was a series of fine art illustrations created using a mix of media (pastels, graphite pencils and fine-liners). The series was created on sheets of cut out canvas each approximately the size of a landscape piece of A2 paper. The series was an exploration of the themes of Indian modernity and poverty that occurs consequentially and runs in parallel to each other. The illustrations were meant to elevate the status of the dharavi slums found in bombay positioning the people that live in them as equal members of society who are soon going to emerge into Indian modernity.