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Karan Acharya takes requests to, for instance, depict a wheelchair-bound boy as Thor.(Courtesy KA)

This illustrator can make your dreams come true

Hindustan Times | By Jamie Mullick
UPDATED ON NOV 08, 2020 10:22 PM IST
It’s not his full-time job, but graphic designer Karan Acharya has been wowing fans and going viral by using pictures of people as the basis of fantasy scenes.
The most popular stickers are those that people can relate to, have good flow and are fun or silly. Shamika Chaves (@shamikasdoodles) a children’s book illustrator from Mumbai, has some quirky ones of a woman doing ‘various things’.
The most popular stickers are those that people can relate to, have good flow and are fun or silly. Shamika Chaves (@shamikasdoodles) a children’s book illustrator from Mumbai, has some quirky ones of a woman doing ‘various things’.

Meet the Indian artists creating Instagram stickers

Hindustan Times | By Natasha Rego
UPDATED ON FEB 03, 2020 01:04 PM IST
Googly-eyed cats, languid skeletons, protest-themed art — these are desi artists with a gift for gifs.

These Indian illustrators reveal how book covers are changing

Mumbai | By Nascimento Pinto
UPDATED ON JAN 16, 2020 05:40 PM IST
From botanical illustrations to typographic book covers, the way books are being perceived is changing and even though the advent of online reading is here, it has actually been a boon for illustrators in India and around the world.Four illustrators tell us their thought process while working on a book cover
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