The youth in India are becoming confident to show off their roots. The confidence is getting smarter expressions through various artists, designers and intellectuals…
Here’s few amazing graphics and tees from Neil Dantas (http://www.thedoers.blogspot.com/) to express his thoughts and sentiments for Mumbai, the melting pot of culture, curry and various social semiotics . You can view his Facebook page to have an idea of the growing fan list.
(Designs copyright to Neil Dantas)
see more works of Neil at his facebook page "neildantas" or contact him at : email@example.com
Few products by the young and creative designers of Playclan(http://www.theplayclan.com/store/index.html) are here. Right now, Play Clan is a small shop in an alley on the first floor at Select Citywalk Mall in New Delhi. Playclan states that "The creative clones see it growing into a large community. Be a part of the clan. Contribute an idea or interesting thoughts or artwork and see it in the store. Be a clone."
(Designs and photos copyright to Theplayclan)
Contact play clan at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to http://masalachaionline.blogspot.com/ we saw the intereting "tribal influenced artworks" of Kavita. Kavita Singh Kale has her roots in the hills of Kangra and studied painting at the College of Art , Delhi. Later she garnered a post grad diploma from NID in Animation film , that had a significant influence on her artistic grammar. Heres an work of her:
(artworks are copyright to Kavita)
More works can be seen at her site: http://undergroundworm.tv/kavita/