Thunder Medusa a.k.a Deeksha, currently based of Delhi-India, is an architect and an illustrator. “My interest in illustrations started from architecture and creating graphics for my architectural projects. But now I have come really far from illustrating facades. The themes that I cover through my art are mostly day to day things.”
Anika is an artist from New Delhi, India. Her works range from traditional abstract pieces to custom illustrations and wire sculptures. With her single line pieces, she explores various emotional responses in the uncertainty that is the new normal. Made with a single continuous line, this hand-made sculpture makes sense from a distance.
Diya is a fashion media communication student. “My inspiration comes from human emotions and feelings that one experiences, on a day to day basis with a mix of abstraction. This artwork belongs to a series of faces, as line illustrations, each reflecting different moods, all of which are open to different interpretations.”
Poorvi is a Communication Design student. “Lately, I’ve started to enjoy exploring and experimenting with different mediums. The process of unlearning the need to be “right” is pretty challenging as I grew up with very strong notions of “right and wrong”. A journey towards fearlessness is proving to be liberating!”
Akash is a 17 year old student from Gujarat, India. “I’ve been learning and growing as a passionate photographer for the better part of the last few years. I’ve been lucky enough to get my father’s guidance for the same. Later that I got more passionate about it, and understood how I can express my thoughts through photography."