My short illustrated story about Kolkata Metro has been published on the Guardian. Please click here
Four drawings of mine showcased at the 'Drawing is Dead' group exhibition by Studio Khirki, New Delhi in July 2018 were sold out.
Dwarka Nath Sinha
Usually, when I am flying alone, I plan my schedule in a way that allows me more time at the airport than inside the aircraft (not of course when I am flying internationally). My love for travelling, places, architecture and cultures makes me resort to hovering over various cities on Google maps when I cannot be there physically.
Physically, I am currently based out of Bengaluru (India) working as a graphic designer, specialising in branding, communication design, handlettering, illustrations and visual storytelling.
Though as a designer, my work follows the brand's/organisation's language, there is always a touch of minimalism. Always questioning how much is too much. When I am not trying to perfect minimalism in my commissioned projects you could find me drawing in my notebook or second to that, reading news online.
Some of the brands/organisations I have worked for are UK-Med, EY, The Guardian, UNICEF, WWF, PATH, Pro Helvetia, Metro, German Embassy in India, Future Group, and others. I have also worked at agencies like Idiom Design and Consulting, Lemon Design, Lopez Design, Avantgarde and Tiffinbox besides being an independent designer.
My partner and I have an independent product brand called Unibrow, as a side project in an effort to encourage people, including ourselves, to express more.