I recently read a blog by a foreign traveler that Indians can be either extremely helpful or they can be extremely deceptive. I have not met the deceptive people so far while i travel but i have surely met very warm and helpful people. The writer of a recent article in the Reader's Digest shares some of her experiences. It was really fun working on the illustration for this article. Check out the published illustration below
One of my friend told me about Android jones, The moment i googled him i was totally blown away by his detailed art. So many colors and textures, such beautiful strokes and each and every bit of his work is insanely great. I was totally inspired by this guy. Article on Wikipedia says that he is the co-founder of conceptart.org.
I got inspired by this guy and created a piece tying to emulate his style :)
DHOBI GHAT is a 150 year old place in Mumbai where hundreds of washer men collect dirty laundry, wash and return it, neatly ironed, to swank homes of elites living in south Mumbai. It is the worlds largest open air laundry. It's a fascinating spectacle, looking down on row upon row of open-air concrete wash pens, each fitted with its own flogging stone, while Mumbai's dhobis (around 200 dhobi families work together here) relentlessly pound the dirt from the city's garments in a timeless tradition