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.
Joseph Klibansky’s work examines the relationship between a thing and its essence, between what we see and what an image implies. The sense of precarious equilibrium that can be found in his recent paintings and in his sculptures reveals just how sadly dystopian an image can be that, at first glance, appears happily utopian.
Manav Dhiman is no ordinary graphic designer. He shares a deep relationship with the ‘forms’ present around him, be it the big cement walls or a toothbrush. You will find him appreciating the most ordinary things in life and philosophizing on the most mundane aspect of human behavior like ‘sitting’.
Srishti Dass is an abstract painter and illustrator currently pursuing her BFA in Fine Art at the School of Visual Arts, New York. Born in New Delhi, India, Srishti derives inspiration from her culture. She tends to gravitate towards warmer tones because those are what she grew up with.
Cristina is a visual artist and an art director from Spain. Her journey with art began when she was only eleven years old, through the traditional medium of drawing. During her teen years she picked up her mother’s Yashica Electro 35, an analog camera, and began to shoot her friends and her social circle.