Saumya Shukla, a graphic designer, illustrator, an occasional muralist and visual artist, is currently based out of New Delhi. Her artwork titled ‘Isolation’ is a representation of a new normal.
This picture was created by the artist Souvik Ghosh, a visual artist based in Calcutta. He has been practising photography since 2012 and generally produces contemporary works that are open for interpretation. The ‘untitled’ artwork presented above, is a visual representation of an overthinking individual.
Artist and Architect Sara Ather, who is based in Stuttgart, uses digital art as a medium to represent her feelings for those suffering at the hands of the Indian State. Her work is inspired by and aims to create social awareness in the society.
Harshita, is from Delhi, India. A textile designer/artist by profession tries to keep her art raw and authentic. Harshita through the above displayed artwork ‘Thy shall suffer to create?’ presents a question to all her viewers and herself as an artist, on individual suffering and overcoming it.
A passionate photographer and currently a student of Economics, Soham Banerjee produced this piece titled ‘A Silent Yearning’, during the lockdown. It is based on his own desire to be free again. “I wanted to photograph things that make me feel free and this is how I find my solace in these trying times. If not my own someone else's." says Soham.
Sombre thoughts, a photograph created by Nitin Dhanwar is representation of past with difficult and different situations. That sometimes makes a human mind have thoughts that are not cheerful or with much positive outlook but more of dark and gloomy in nature.
Gobinath Dinakaran, is a photographer based out of Pondicherry, India. He frequently captures the mundane lives of people around him. “Lockdown made me want to look at structures and colours that I would otherwise miss out on. On one such walk, I found this puzzle like frame.”
Shazan Hussain is a visual artist, currently based out of East London, U.K. This piece of his depicts a Panther Chameleon which can be found in Madagascar. The patterns in the background were inspired by the Ankara print which originated from West Africa.
Ritu Jain’s artwork ‘Name on Mars’, is inspired by a very special person and the bond she shared with him. Ritu is a a 22 year old student, currently pursuing her post graduation in Fashion Media Communications. “My art is a product of my life experiences and everything that I get inspired by.”, says Ritu.