Prasad Bhat is an Illustrator from Bangalore who has been designing for the last seven years. His Art Store Graphicurry began over four years ago and brings forth a unique style of vector illustration.
Vivek Goel is the C.E.O. & Art Director of the largest independent comic book publishing house in India Vivek started out working as a freelance illustrator with Star Plus and various advertising
agencies, then inker and penciller with small and big publishers and finally forming Holy Cow
He started out in 2012, as a co-founder of Chariot Comics and created the flagship titles VRICA (Chariot’s most popular military action adventure title) and Damned and the now defunct Godslayer.
He also oversaw Chariot’s tie up with Luminosity Pictures and Luke Kenny, for the comic book prequel “Zombie Rising” to India’s first zombie origin film “Rise of the Zombie”Aniruddho also partners with Meta-Desi Comics under the ICBM Comics label
Saumin Suresh Patel is a comic book artist from mumbai. In year 2011 he along with writer Yogesh Chandekar had created stand alone graphic novel for hindi film Agent Vinod. Prior to that he was part of virgin comics and had worked on Devi and co created Mumbai macguffin during year 2006-2008. Last year he has worked on production designs and concept art for live action show Asura Hunters, soon to be aired on television channel EPIC. Currently he is working on few personal projects along side other commercial assignments. His quest is to slowly work towards telling his own stories through the medium of comics.
Notable work – Sadhu: The Wheel of Destiny, Virulents, Daksh, The Legends of Aveon 9, Devi Chaudhurani, Old school and others.
Abhijeet Kini is an illustrator, animator and an independent comics publisher, with cult titles under his name, “Milk and Quickies” and “Angry Maushi vol 1
and 2”, for which he was nominated in the Best illustrator award category for consecutive years in the Indian Comic Con awards.
Rajeev Tamhankar from Jabalpur won Limca World Record for leading a team of 140 students to hand-draw World’s Largest Political Map .In 2012 he joined Flipkart.During his stint at Flipkart, he launched his first non-profit startup Ignite India Foundation which he aimed to build as the career bible for kids and also launched his first book – “Get Corporated before you get fired!” Having sold thousands of copies, Rajeev decided to launch his own content startup – TBS Planet (www.TBSPlanet.com) this July. TBS Planet’s superhero comic book “Ved” became #1 bestseller on Amazon within fifteen days of launch. The comic studio is also the official comics partner of Balaji Telefilms for movie – “A Flying Jatt”.
A 22 year old architect from Bangalore. ‘Curiosity Kills The Cat’ is a doodle series I started and the post-work hobby turned into a full-time job pretty soon. My art is themed around today’s pop culture- Music, Movies, TV Shows and Books
Hyderabad -based designer and artist Rohit Soni carried forward his passion for doodling into his professional art pieces.His Live Art, personality cards, art calendars and posters are much appreciated by the fans at all events.He experiments on various mediums, including paper, canvas, metal and glass with his creative art.
My early memory of art starts with two foreign travelers,.My influences come first and foremost from everything I see, feel and experience. To me, every painting of mine has a hidden meaning to it, not necessarily to be understood but something that would remain even when I don’t.
Ayan Nag from Jalpaiguri, India is a freelance artist who has been working professionally in the industry for 4 years. He creates his concepts in digital medium but is equally proficient in traditional. Ayan currently lives in Bangalore, India.
Varanasi-born graphic designer currently based out of Hyderabad is currently working with a merchandising company. Channelizing the swinging energy into sketches she use both negative and positive expressions in her doodles, She like to take up freelance projects alongside my regular work only if it will add some value to my learning curve. I try to participate in as many art events/anything which seems interesting source of inspiration as I can.Some of her has been featured in magazines like Creative Gaga & Kyoorius along with few local newspapers.
Rohan Bhatia is a visual artist and an illustrator based in Mumbai. He initially painted shoes and bags and three years ago he started painting professionally. He generally paints with acrylics and has a unique style.
Mayank was a comic geek and pop culture enthusiast since his teen years, which is a big inspiration and motivation For his art. A Hardcore DC Universe Fan and equally of Marvel Universe, He’s also a Avid Gamer and a Movie buff.Mayank can create Art Through digital as well as traditional sources. He honed his skills in various art styles namely- Digital paintings, Illustrations, Vectors, poster art, comic book creation, and so on.He is currently lives in Almora, Uttarakhand.
Madhuvanthi Mohan is an illustrator who runs her own company called Something Sketchy where she puts her illustrations on products like notebooks and coaster-magnets for retail. She supplies to Landmark and is in 15 stores across 9 cities in India and 4 stores in NYC. She also does stalls at flea markets and festivals like Comic Con and Lil Flea. She cares very deeply about bringing the Indian illustrator community together and runs a not-for-profit illustrators’ group called The Sketchup where she hosts intimate, informal, underground gatherings with established Speakers, across the country. The aim is to create a network and platform for illustrators in the country to connect, collaborate and support one another on their journeys in art.
Venkat a Charcoal Artist from Hyderabad started sketching 4 years back.His inspiration behind starting sketching is his grandfather who is a renowned artist too. He enjoys sketching. It makes him feel like his having a peaceful time for himself, separated from his boring professional career. He hope one day that he can just make “Artist” as his professional career.
Hi, I am a cartoonist based in Delhi, You can check out my work and webcomic at ,Books: The Itch You Can’t Scratch, Amar Bari Tomar Bari Naxalbari Webcomics: Aaapki Poojita, Kashmir Ki Kahani, ndTV ki kahani and other Newslaundry comics.
Milanpreet a Hyderabad based artist .Her work is an attempt to ink the beautiful world around us in shades of my imagination.Request y’all to watch out for my space as I put forth my creations for the first time at Comic Con.
Super excited to be there!
Vinay Govind Brahmania is an illustrator running a creative workshop in Mumbai India, catering to the needs of the Advertising and Animation industry. He has had his basic drawing training from his father Govind Brahmania .A gold medallist from the
J. J. Institute of Applied Arts has been sharpening his skills for the last 25 years. He has comfortably mingled the traditional and digital process into his art form.He has developed and executed an IP for a Disney TV feature “Manav”
and drawn a complete graphic novel “Abhimanyu” for penguin books.
Born in Kanpur, Bhoomika Perti is a Fashion and Lifestyle Accessory Design Graduate from NIFT & is currently working in the Mad World of Advertising as a Key Account Manager at ‘Swordfish Integrated Advertising’, Hyderabad. Passionate about sketching, she stumbled upon the art of Doodling four years ago whilst in search of a career change. She feels Zentangles to be a part of her innate knowledge and uses them to express her deep seeded emotions. She believes that ‘The Box’ doesn’t exist and her art is a true expression of her beliefs. Non-conformist by nature, Bhoomika’s art reflects intricacy and freedom from boundaries. Her perspective towards life and having a parallel thought every living moment led her to start her brand called ‘A Parallel Vision’ which represents her true being. She parallels her job as a freelance artist and writer/poet. She loves cooking and dancing and believes that Yoga has immensely transformed her life. She’s also working with ‘PosterGuy’ as an artist and her work can be seen on Posters, Coasters, Mousepads, Tshirts, Clocks, Watches etc..