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How To Use Your Art To Express And Not Impress: A look Into The Life Of Mona Biswarupa

Mona Biswarupa talks to us about how she lets her inner self guide her in everything she does.

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One of the hardest things to do in life is to be completely yourself in every breathing moment. Because most of the time, we don’t even know what we like and what we want to be. And even if we know, the perceived judgement of the rest of the world is enough to make us all cocoon in our shells. On top of that, if we consider the humungous expectations the world has from each individual, the pressure would be enough to extinguish all hope. However, if we use our innermost sanctum to mine for motivation, there is nothing we won’t be able to face. Creativity is not just confined to a tangible output, it happens whenever you are unabashedly yourself. 

Mona Biswarupa Mohanty is an extremely dexterous illustrator, designer and artist who has creativity embedded in every fibre of her being. She has rid herself of the end-result in her modus operandi. Realising how impermanent and fragile life is the way to achieve this in our lives. Mona uses this as her motivation to relentlessly create. Think about it, we can never be assured of any outcome in the world, so it doesn’t make sense ruining our peace over it!

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Mona Biswarupa Mohanty

To her art is an all-round internal experience. What pours off from the creator’s deep experiences touches the receiver’s soul in a way unique to them. And that creates a bond outlasting both time and space. Art is anything which is pinned with perception. All her work is a celebration of humanity and femininity.

So where did it all start?

It is understandably hard to focus inside if the outer environment doesn’t support it. You can’t grow a plant under hostility. Fortunately, Biswarupa had been inundated with celebrations and art right from her childhood which she spent in Baripada, Odisha. Every single day, instrumentalists, musicians, singers and players would gather in her house and set the stage. Her father Sri Sangram Keshari Mohanty is a great Lyricist and poet whom she always tried to emulate. 

She clearly remembers the day she found her calling. She found her father’s assortment of writing inks and her mother’s aalta and decided to paint with them. And a handy stick became her brush. In a way, the art of her parents created hers too. At the age of 13, she received formal training from her Guru, Artist Sri Shyam Prasad Pattanaik. 

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Mona Biswarupa Mohanty

In a bold move, she left her grad course halfway to pursue fashion design. And after that, she obtained degrees from NIFT, Delhi and the Istituto Europeo di Design, Milan. She worked in the design industry for the better part of a decade when she decided to take another leap of faith.

A full-time Art Career

While living as a full-time designer in Dubai, a bit of homesickness and a lot of availability of time made her pick up the brushes again. On a whim, she attended a sketching event which revitalised her spirit for fine arts. The paintings she created during this period are those most special to her.

Credits: Instagram
Mona Biswarupa Mohanty

With no dearth of support from her husband and family, she stepped forth and stepped inwards. And she has never stopped creating. Yes, her path wasn’t smooth, the obstacles could have crushed her soul. But that is where she uses the mantra, “Create to express and not impress”. The reality is that art is incredibly subjective, what suits one’s liking may not support another’s. But in such conditions, your motivation should never fail you.

She says


“That very day I realized validation is not everything in this journey called art. I know it is a long journey and it may take me a couple of lifetimes to be able to even scratch the surface of  Art. I decided to slow down and enjoy this journey. . That shift in my thinking has really helped me. I am in no rush to reach any destination. My journey is my own, and I can’t compare it with anyone else’s. The only desire I have is to keep creating till my last breath because that is what makes my heart and soul happy.  Only when you create artwork with joy, it can spread joy in the hearts of the beholder. “

Mona Biswarupa Mohanty
Her message to all aspirants..
  • Identify your gift. There are millions of people in the world who have no idea what they are passionate about. If you know what your passion is , you should consider yourself lucky. Once you have identified your passion, and when you feel you are ready for it, jump into it as if there is no plan B . Remember there will be obstacles.. but obstacles are the things that you see when you take your eyes off the goal. 
  • It is never too late to begin a new journey .. if you truly believe in it. 
  • Daily practice, sadhna orriyaz is the key to success. Nothing can replace this. 
  • Keep learning, no matter what age and  how much experience you have . We all have something to learn from each other.  Never be a full vessel .. be the one that is half full so that you have space for some newness to be poured in. 
  • Last but not the least… life is too short to work on your weaknesses.. rather focus on your strength and make it stronger. We all have a superpower.. but it works for you only if you work for it. 

So we suggest, take these lessons from the master herself!

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Mona Biswarupa Mohanty
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Illustrations And Designs That Fascinates The Entire World

When Graphic Designing brings happiness to creators and the viewers alike, the art touches a newer horizon.

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As Vincent Van Gogh has rightly said, “the great artist is the simplifier” when art takes up the new era models like digital illustrations and designs, even simple life moments become attractive and heart touching. One may see such works on WhatsApp profile pictures or statuses and other social media. Instagram is a platform where independent artists can portray their true talent with utmost purity and appeal.

Anapatankardraws

Character designer, comic artist and illustrator for books, magazines, websites, games and much more. Ana Patankar uses different themes like food to put up Bollywood songs and presents it at the most alluring manner. When three types of Dosas coming up like 3 beauties, Masala Dosa winning the prize has hit the most the people.  Bread Omelettes comes like a person. As food is a thing for many to be happy, her illustrations are so engaging. Portraits of random faces appear like those in certain award-winning photographs. The popular ritual form in Kerala-Theyyam has also been created with utmost detailing.  Ana has many miles to walk and she definitely has the will to do it.

Credits: Instagram (Anapatankardraws)
Credits: Instagram (Anapatankardraws)
Credits: Instagram (Anapatankardraws)

Theimaginepot

An architect who does graphic design enjoying her passion is Sanya Jain by Instagram name theimaginepot. She has done many collaborations and commissions from different clients. Sanya enjoys every happy mood with creating beautiful illustrations. The faces that she portrays in her designs feels like our own selves or family members. That makes the pictures so charming.

Credits: Instagram (theimaginepot)
Credits: Instagram (theimaginepot)
Credits: Instagram (theimaginepot)

The_blue_frenchhorn

Sharan by the Instagram name ‘the_blue_frenchhorn’ takes up little moments of our ordinary lives to illustrate beautiful. From drawing pictures, she has used digital illustrations to grow with the technology. Her pictures revolve around love for food, sleep  and caring one-self. The main protagonist is a girl, but she takes up different quotes to make it look fantastic. Amidst all the chaos in the world, she stands for peace and love. A dentist by profession and artist by passion, she also does commissions and the demand is hiking these days.

Credits: Instagram (The_blue_frenchhorn)
Credits: Instagram (The_blue_frenchhorn)
Credits: Instagram (The_blue_frenchhorn)

Thejauntyglasses

Shreyaa Verma Bajapai, a lawyer by profession loves to write sketch , read, cook, travel is the person behind ‘thejauntyglasses’. She is a self-taught artist who has flaunted across self-love and relationship quotes using beautiful illustrations. With a yellowish background she has been successful in bringing up relatable contents for the people. The adorable faces presented in the pictures are too good. Inspirational quotes helping one to be motivated to having a balance between self-love and works done are the main themes of the designs.

Credits: Instagram (Thejauntyglasses)
Credits: Instagram (Thejauntyglasses)
Credits: Instagram (Thejauntyglasses)

Today, as the people are more interested in enjoying the art, these artists from different arenas are growing at and upgrading their craft in more better ways. There are lot more chances and many are to come up victorious in the future too.

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Of Colors, Illustrations and More: Check Out These Talented Illustrators

The works of these illustrators will fill your heart with those vibrant colors and help you deal with that frown on your face.

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A picture speaks a thousand words. There are times when we don’t find the right words to say. Sometimes pictures help us emote more. It helps us connect with others a bit more. Sometimes pictures even help us console ourselves, help us see ourselves a little better. Digital art has improved tremendously in the past few years. The pandemic-induced lockdown saw the emergence of many artists who decided to dust off their dormant talents. We have some artists here whose illustrations will definitely bring a smile to your face. So next time you are having a bad day just take a look at their illustrations. 

1. Blue Enso

A quick look at Blue Enso’s feed is a visual treat for your eyes. The warm pastel shades will put you in a good mood instantly. Her human figures are adorable and even more adorable are the furry friends who are a staple in most of her illustrations. While she does commission illustrations, she also uses her talent to call attention to many significant issues. She uses her illustrations to raise awareness about the importance of the adoption of pets and water bowls for animals during summers and more such causes. You can find her illustrations for various campaigns in her feed.

Credits: Instagram (Blue Enso)
Credits: Instagram (Blue Enso)
Credits: Instagram (Blue Enso)

2. Kosha Bathia

Kosha Bathia’s artworks are truly varied. You can find artworks of different styles and forms of art in her feed. From illustrations vibrant with colours to doodles in black and white, you can find it all in Bathia’s feed. She is an experimental artist who does not shy away from different styles, forms or tools. She launched her online store, Kosha Bathia Art, in 2021. You can find greeting cards, recipe cards, postcards, bookmarks and more, adorned with her illustrations.

Credits: Instagram (Kosha Bathia)
Credits: Instagram (Kosha Bathia)
Credits: Instagram (Kosha Bathia)

3. PriyaDoodles

As her Instagram handle suggests, doodling is Priya’s forte. Tiny illustrations in black and white crammed beautifully make you wonder about the time and effort she puts into her artworks. Her customized doodle art is a great gift idea if you are looking for one! A doodle of your loved one along with all their favourite bits is indeed a great gift, isn’t it? Along with doodling, Priya also does mandala artworks, wedding invitations, logo designs and coasters.

Credits: Instagram (Priya’s doodles)
Credits: Instagram (Priya’s doodles)
Credits: Instagram (Priya’s doodles)

4.Priyanka D’souza

A burst of colors and happy faces is what you see when you look at Priyanka D’souza’s feed. Along with customized artworks, she also gives us a glimpse of her life through her charming illustrations. She customizes fridge magnets and coasters with her illustrations. Although her illustrations have a humorous color to them, the messages she conveys through them are momentous. Sometimes she also couples her illustrations with tiny reminders to take life slow and be kind.

Credits: Instagram (Priyanka D’souza)
Credits: Instagram (Priyanka D’souza)
Credits: Instagram (Priyanka D’souza)
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Paved the Way: Artist and Illustrator, Abhishek Salvi

The Journey of Vadodara born, Digital Artist and Illustrator, Abhishek Salvi, who paved the way for himself amidst all barriers.

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Abhishek Salvi

Abhishek Salvi is a digital artist and an illustrator. His innumerable artistic portraits are the work of mastery and detail and look realistic and lifelike. He is a self-taught artist who has now been into art for a decade. Abhishek’s drawn portraits and works have come to this stature with a lot of hardships, challenges and rough days. As a teenager, he had to take the role of an adult. His journey and growth is inspiring, and to look up to, and realize that in the face of adversity, one really should hold on to that last string of hope. 

Early Life

Abhishek Salvi was born and brought up in Vadodara, Gujarat. His parents came from an arts background, and so the artistic atmosphere grew onto him, and he started making portraits at the age of 14. Two years later, a tumultuous event took place. Abhishek lost his father. Later, other troubles also ensued in the household because of his brother. A teenaged Abhishek was mentally having a hard time with this. At such an age, he had to take the role of an adult. At that time, he was pursuing a course in Film Making in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Vadodara. However, the instability of the household forced Abhishek Salvi to drop out of college and commercialize his paintings to support his family financially. So, at the age of 18, he began his career as a freelance digital artist and illustrator.  

Credits: Instagram (Abhishek Salvi)

Setbacks, Achievements, and Moments of Wins and Defeats

Abhishek Salvi’s career began with zero support and zero money. His freelance illustrations work began because he had nothing else to rely on. It took a tiring 8 years to build a stable life for himself. The booming noise of friends and relatives often knocked at his house, “pick a job, at least you’ll have a fixed amount of money pouring in”, but after what all Abhishek had been through, he didn’t want to leave art. He could only stay happy with his art. His passion for art has been his biggest motivation. Abhishek’s role model has been Vadodara’s greatest artist, Raja Ravi Verma.

Credits: Instagram (Abhishek Salvi)

Abhishek has had anxiety attacks in the past, and they still make rounds in his life. During times like these, art is his only solace. Apart from commissions, Abhishek Salvi does art for himself. Nothing can ever hinder him from entering that realm of art and its process. This journey, therefore, has been a spiritual and a meditative journey for him as well. 

Along with the hurdles, barriers, and difficulties, Abhishek Salvi has had moments to shine, and achievements unparalleled. One of these was when his artwork on the show Money Heist was featured on their official YouTube channel (La Casa De Papel), wherein the cast discussed some of the artworks from artists all across the world. He was the only one from India whose artwork was present there. Digital Artist and Illustrator Abhishek Salvi has been recognised by many renowned figures. 

Credits: Instagram (Abhishek Salvi)

Message for all the Aspiring Artists

Abhishek believes that art can be innate and natural, but, if one wants to pursue it, then it needs a lot of hard work and consistency. One must have the interest and passion for it to pursue it. To all the aspiring artists, he asks them to not be afraid of selecting an unconventional field like art. There will be a lot of challenges in your journey, but your belief and faith in your hard work can cross all limitations. 

Credits: Instagram (Abhishek Salvi)
Credits: Instagram (Abhishek Salvi)
Credits: Instagram (Abhishek Salvi)
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The Limitless World of Artworks: Presenting Phenomenal Artists

Paintings and artworks, of the charcoal, the ink, and watercolours by these exceptional artists and illustrators of India

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Man’s oldest form of communication was cave paintings. It is true that early men sought drawing on the walls of caves to express themselves and create a community. Paintings and Artwork is the harbinger of communication, self expression, and solace. Human beings have picked up paints, pencils, ashes and now even technology to fill the canvas with their magic. Around us are innumerable creators, artists and illustrators. It is always mesmerising to look at original art pieces. Like a glimpse into the other person’s mind and thoughts, it offers so much joy, surprise, and exhilaration. To a spectator, the fusion of colours or the eccentric pencil strokes, or the perfect portraits, is always a moment of “wow!”. In this light, we bring you some exceptionally unique artists, each with their own distinct method of mastery, producing one of its kind artworks. 

Saketh / Tvasta Artwork 

Saketh is an all-in-one artist from Madras, Chennai. Eye for detail, and unwavering strokes of the ink on paper, Saketh immerses himself in his artworks completely. Be it ink or the watercolours, Saketh has a hand for all. His art pages are distinctly visible with each curve and detail. His area of mastery is ink on paper. However, most of them also have splashes of watercolour. From sketching human portraits to holy deities, Saketh sprinkles his sanctity on them. 

Credits: Instagram (tvaṣṭā)
Credits: Instagram (tvaṣṭā)
Credits: Instagram (tvaṣṭā)
Credits: Instagram (tvaṣṭā)

Abhishek Salvi

An artist and Indian illustrator, Abhishek Salvi hails from Vadodara, the city known as, ‘Kala Nagri’, or ‘City of Art’. Abhishek Salvi has been making portraits for a decade now! His art has journeyed from pencil to pastels and is now thriving on digital art modes. Abhishek’s human portraits are realistic and lifelike, no less than the photograph captured by the human eye! His other artworks include movie posters and concept artworks. 

Shivani Marothiya

Hailing from Uttarakhand, Shivani Marothiya is a self-taught charcoal and graphite artist. Charred sticks of wood are the primary medium of drawing in charcoal art. Her charcoal and graphite sketched deep eyes are worth diving into! She captures the poise of the human eye and effortlessly dumps it on the paper. Shivani Marothiya excels in human portraits, and some of her other artworks are fascinating pieces of lips, iris, hair, etc. Shivani Marothiya’s minute details in her artwork, and the realistic depth in them will make you ponder over its process of creation, and of course, the creator!

Credits: Instagram (Shivani Marothiya)
Credits: Instagram (Shivani Marothiya)
Credits: Instagram (Shivani Marothiya)
Credits: Instagram (Shivani Marothiya)

VKArtbox

Vikash Kumar, known as the artist VKArtbox has the most talented pair of hands. His expertise ranges from handmade human portrait sketches to animal portraits, and other related drawings. The authenticity of these pieces by VKArtbox is immaculate!

Credits: Instagram (VKArtbox)
Credits: Instagram (VKArtbox)
Credits: Instagram (VKArtbox)
Credits: Instagram (VKArtbox)
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The Magnificent Storytellers Are Here With Incredible Stories

These exceptional storytellers are knocking at the doors of your hearts, with bedazzling illustrations and stories.

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Stories are illustrations of the different shades of life. It emanates from the heart of storytellers and greets others with the same intensity and frequency. Stories weave us with their varied nuances. It has been an inherent part of our growing up. From catering to our childhood whims to the realm of teenage utopias, stories have always kept our hearts. Sometimes the chief protagonists seem to be our mirror images, at other times love buds in our hearts for them. It makes us sync through the lines to real lives. Innumerable times it has made us smile, countless times has it galvanized. Sometimes it has put us to sleep, at other times it has kept us awake. Love, thrill, ecstasy, inspiration, nostalgia it is equipped with all, to serve on the platter. The stories have trended to enchant us, there are some exceptional conveyors of these stories. The illustrators, the storytellers have their incredible way of enveloping us in the cocoon of fascination and nostalgia. Here are some exceptional storytellers to take us to the realm of fascination. 

Maitrayee Mitra: Down the memory lane to babyhood

The stories of Maitrayee came as a fresh breeze onto the face, knocking the nostalgia. With her unique illustrations in Bangla, she captures the subtleness of the language along with the nostalgia. We ventured onto the lanes of babyhood again, memories brimming forth. The frivolous whims, the adamancy, the fun-filled juvenility has taken a charge onto our reminiscences. In a few seconds, we re-lived the most exuberant moments of our life. The school, the festivities, the nags, the homework, vacations and all of the juvenility is beautifully captured through her illustrations. She took us to the realm of nostalgia. 

Credits: Instagram (Maitrayee Mitra)
Credits: Instagram (Maitrayee Mitra)
Credits: Instagram (Maitrayee Mitra)
Credits: Instagram (Maitrayee Mitra)

Rishav Mohanty: His illustrations are the horizon for fantasy and reality. 

The animatic illustrations depicting the commingle of fantasy and reality made us dive deep into it. Through his sketches, he has well-captured the festivities and conventional practices of Odia and Bengali culture. The places, the characters of the movies have taken themselves impeccably onto his canvas. The illustrations are well-stocked to convey the saga. The picture that speaks, convinces and compels the heart to immerse into its stories. Each shade of colour, each stroke takes us to a different domain. The depiction of the characters of the most cherished web series ‘Aspirants’ has made us revive the episodes. His magnificent skills have kept the hearts. 

Credits: Instagram (Rishav Mohanty)
Credits: Instagram (Rishav Mohanty)
Credits: Instagram (Rishav Mohanty)
Credits: Instagram (Rishav Mohanty)

MALi’s: The outpouring messages enveloped by the enchanting stories. 

His insightful art has been emanating pivotal messages of life. His illustrations and stories are an ultimate package, ranging from politics, society to festivities. He has captivated each beat of his heart and wrapped it up with his skills of framing stories. From the highlights of 2021 to the surge in Covid cases, his illustrations have been conveying all the traceable feelings. The knack of creativity has been embellishing skilful artistry. The author, illustrator, cartoonist, landscape architect has fully unfolded his skills to enchant us. 

Credits: Instagram (MALi)
Credits: Instagram (MALi)
Credits: Instagram (MALi)
Credits: Instagram (MALi)

Indrani Ghosh: The exalting inspirational stories

She has been galvanizing and putting inspirational messages on our trays. Motivational perceptions can lift spirits. From embracing the flaws to self-love and care, fighting against human cruelty, to women empowerment has raised all the issues and has portrayed insightful messages. Deep, reflecting notes flawlessly made their way to her illustrations. She made us reflect deeply on the perspectives. The engrossing stories are furnished to make its readers not just lose in the illustrations, but also immerse into the deeply astute creations. 

Credits: Instagram (Indrani Ghosh)
Credits: Instagram (Indrani Ghosh)
Credits: Instagram (Indrani Ghosh)
Credits: Instagram (Indrani Ghosh)
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