A Visual Treat

Compilation of old Graphic Designs
The Fate of the Taj.
Design Brief:

This was part of a poster design for a theatrical drama with a theme of modern day politics and bureaucratic corruption. It presented the idea that if the Taj Mahal were to be built today with all these corrupt officials, how would the result be.

My thoughts and learning:

I tried to demonstrate the theme of the play that something as beautiful as the Taj could also be ruined due to corruption. Technical challenges that I faced here were with the reflection. The area of water was restricted and in that I had to show the entire monument.

When in Love...
Design Brief:

The task was to design a ‘Save the Date’ template for a wedding invite.

My thoughts and learning:

The design had to be sent out to various members of family across all age groups. As such it had to be creative, but not overly romantic, slightly sober yet appealing. The main challenge was to make the date clearly visible and not be lost in the stars.

The Hippie and the Hermit.
Design Brief:

This was an entry for a comic book design. They were looking for someone to create a mini comic series about the spiritual teachings of a saint while keeping a funny tone.

My thoughts and learning:

I had the freedom to play around with any style. I chose freehand drawing and did this using a Wacom tablet. Here, I experimented and learnt the art of combining digital and physical drawings to produce the beautiful end result.

Food Dabba Logo.
Design Brief:

Food Dabba is a small town Tiffin service aiming to serve good quality home cooked food to it’s consumers.

My thoughts and learning:

The requirement of the client was to create a logo that gave happy vibes of Homemade food. Hence I made a character in the form of a traditional Indian lunch box and developed the theme around the family of such lunch box characters.

Hotel Facility Icons.
Design Brief:

This was a part of a concept UI design for a Hotel booking app

My thoughts and learning:

I learnt clean icon designing for Android app. On the small mobile screen it is essential that such graphics should be minimal so that they can be easily understood.

The Gift.
Design Brief:

A casual design experiment to create a romantic young couple

My thoughts and learning:

Was exploring the art of drawing subtle expressions without using much colours and many features. Used thick strokes and flat colours.

The 100.
Design Brief:

Made this Apple cherry pie in the shape of the number 100 to thank my 100 followers on website Dribbble.

My thoughts and learning:

This was a complete vector based artwork. Every small element including the cherry top and icing sugar were complete drawn in illustrator. Learnt various intricacies of element drawing and effect that even the minute pieces could have on the overall artwork.

Last minute Offer.
Design Brief:

The idea was to create a marketing poster for discount offers that run for quick, short duration or in the ‘Last Minute’

My thoughts and learning:

The idea is plain and simple. A guy is running after a train having missed it on the last minute. There is a tagline which says not to similarly miss last minute deals.

Store Banner.
Design Brief:

The idea was to create an illustrative banner for an e-commerce firm which was opening offline stores in multiple locations. A web page dedicated to finding the store nearest to your preferred location was created with this illustration as a hero image.

My thoughts and learning:

This was a fun project as there was lots to explore. The image had to be indicative of a market place. Played with bright colours and fun imagery while doing this.

Insurance Feature Icons.
Design Brief:

A set of illustrations for an insurance company displaying their features.

My thoughts and learning:

This was a fun project as it introduced the finance domain. For the project, I had to brief myself with financial jargons and elements. These illustrations were a small part of the entire thing.