Tushar currently based in Delhi, creates visual narratives, experimental films and expresses the relationship between human emotions with various life situations through his work. He strives to break out of traditional norms and challenge himself as an artist. Tushar aspires to be a film maker and create experimental narratives.
Raqeeb’s work explores issues of gender, relationships, and intimacy. Majority of his work has been focused on deconstructing the idea of masculinity in the Indian mainstream and presenting masculinity as an intersectional and inclusive term encompassing mxn who are often pushed to the margins.
“Between the lines: Just like I lose myself with a camera in hand, this mini-project includes people who get lost in the worlds, real or not, that they read." In relation to me, I am a boy from Cádiz (Spain) obsessed with photography that documents "the street that I see". I work in analog format, usually 35mm and black and white.
Sourabh is fashion and art photography & a brand designer based in Kolkata. “The knowledge for art and photography comes from my background of being a sketch artist & an illustrator at first, as it was my hobby when I persuaded my engineering in electronics and communication.”
Einar Stabenfeldt is currently based in Oslo, Norway. “I have a background in music and sound design, but fell in love with photography in the beginning of 2020 and have spent as much time as possible exploring the woods outside of Oslo with my camera since then. I'm especially interested in atmospheric nature photography.”
"I'm an Illustrator who is inclined towards complex art which shows an amalgamation of nature and psychedelia. My designs require a certain degree of attention and patience to consume it wholly. I'm also highly by Japanese design aesthetics which have aced complexity in the most beautiful form."
“I shot this editorial for label MAMKAM, it is inspired by the art movement Impressionism. I had studied the work of different artists to understand the colors, tones, expressions, textures and body language along with the contrast of light and shadow used to enhance the paintings.”