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Faceless Crowds by Akshita Sinha.

Akshita Sinha, is a 19-year-old illustrator based in New Delhi, India. Over the years she has managed to fill over 9 journals; which are a testament to her growth and her life experiences.

She tries not to restrict herself to a specific art style or a medium, because she believes that every medium is a different mode of expression.

“I started using ball pens because I somehow correlated the difficulties of using this medium to the same in my life. I feel every art piece is privy to oneself and it is up to us as to how we would like to express life through our eyes. I started illustrating because I wasn’t able to put words to my emotions. my artworks are a reflection of how I view this society; blue and mundane,” says Akshita.

Most of her pieces involve crowds, “the reason for this is my outlook towards society as a lifeless and a continued rat race with people running so fast and so aimlessly that everyone looks the same. Although I create an artwork every day, penning down my emotions and feelings,  just to wait for that one day where I can see myself being content with what I have made.”

All artworks by Akshita Sinha.

Curated by Shrey Sethi.

Akshita Sinha, is a 19-year-old illustrator based in New Delhi, India. Over the years she has managed to fill over 9 journals; which are a testament to her growth and her life experiences.

She tries not to restrict herself to a specific art style or a medium, because she believes that every medium is a different mode of expression.

“I started using ball pens because I somehow correlated the difficulties of using this medium to the same in my life. I feel every art piece is privy to oneself and it is up to us as to how we would like to express life through our eyes. I started illustrating because I wasn’t able to put words to my emotions. my artworks are a reflection of how I view this society; blue and mundane,” says Akshita.

Most of her pieces involve crowds, “the reason for this is my outlook towards society as a lifeless and a continued rat race with people running so fast and so aimlessly that everyone looks the same. Although I create an artwork every day, penning down my emotions and feelings,  just to wait for that one day where I can see myself being content with what I have made.”

All artworks by Akshita Sinha.

Curated by Shrey Sethi.

2 thoughts on “Faceless Crowds by Akshita Sinha.

  1. I loved it. I always think of faces , individuals in the crowd. And how each one has it’s own story, how each one is a part , yet if one leaves , it still remains crowd. I loved your work !

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