Beatrice Hasell-McCosh‘s work uses natural form and the tradition of landscape painting as the lens to explore emotional themes, identity linked to place, and human connection. Drawing is vital to her practice and she uses closely observed studies made from life to make large-scale paintings.
'This is your brain on drugs' commercial, an anti-narcotic drug campaign in the US(1980's. ) Through its maximalism in form and color it tries to encapsulate the ecstasies of a drug trip.
Divya is a 22-year-old photographer and graphic designer from Delhi, currently completing her final year in Bangalore. This photo shoot was inspired by nature and escaping the confined spaces of reality.
Amarjeet is a self-taught photojournalist based out of New Delhi, India, focussing majorly on newsworthy events unfolding in and around India's capital and north India which are significant for many national and international wire agencies including Turkey's Anadolu Images.
"I like reimagining places and experiences into surreal visual formats. Most of my work is inspired by patterns found in and around nature."
“I love to do conceptual and fine-art photography. I always look for some inspiration from different beliefs, scenarios, ideologies, etc. I think art is a great medium which can show our emotions, vulnerability to the world.”
Sparsh Gupta is an independent artist and a trained draughtsman from The Florence Academy of Art. His works explore and amalgamate reality and reverie. His creations which predominantly range in oil on canvas can be seen depicting insightful narratives. He even intermingles art and fashion at times.
“I am a freelance photographer from Kolkata, West Bengal, India. I am currently exploring various genres of photography, but street photography has been my favourite. Because for me street photography is an emotion. For me, YouTube and social media were always an educational source of knowledge.”
“Despite not having any studies in image or arts, my curiosity about this world, and especially a large number of people who have participated in my "informal" learning, has made me discover and collaborate with more people related to the photography and the image that, in one way or another, have influenced my way of living and taking photos.”