The picture is a part of a series where I'm reimagining songs by my favourite artists as visual pieces. This one is inspired by the song 3 a.m. by @midaseared The piece talks about feeling mixed emotions at 3 a.m. and hence I tried to put that into visuals by mixing colours and criss-cross lines across the picture.
One fine evening as I was trying to imagine the Wall Street, I had this abstract picture on my mind. I needed to get that on Paper and what better way than Collage? This impression has a Charging Bull sculpture by Arturo Modica which is a symbol of the “power of the American people” and The Fearless Girl by Kristen Vibel.
As kid who had difficulty to acknowledge and process his emotions, I always turned to the back of the notebooks, drawing excessively on every scrap of paper I could find, it was my getaway. Now that I am an adult, the emotions are bigger, stakes are higher and the world has become more difficult. So I try to open up my emotions through my art.
A ghat of Varanasi where kids are playing and swimming in the flooded Ganges of monsoon and learning and the old man is feeding pigeons. Ayush Sahani from Rudrapur, a town in Uttarakhand, currently pursuing grad degree in Economics but for me my college and Varanasi has all been about photography.
A 20 year old aspiring designer based in New Delhi, India. Her creative half has always been a driving influence, and has existed as the most natural path of expression. “The interdisciplinary structure of the design community allows me to explore different mediums, embrace my versatility and unbox different parts of myself and this world.”
"My work mainly focuses on feminine energy and female body and the aim of my work is to normalise and embrace female body, sexuality and even flaws. My body doesn’t always look toned and firm. And these monochrome portraits are a proof of that. My thunder thighs and jiggly stomach don’t stop me from feeling sexy."