Illustrated portrait of Dwarka Nath Sinha. He currently has blue hair, a unibrow and a beard.

Dwarka Nath Sinha

Winner - FIG 2022 Open Call by EyeMyth Media Arts Festival

Click here to see the showcase.

The Guardian

My short illustrated story about Kolkata Metro has been published on the Guardian. Please click here
to read.

Four drawings of mine showcased at the 'Drawing is Dead' group exhibition by Studio Khirki, New Delhi in July 2018 were sold out.

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. Even though I moved out of Calcutta more than ten years ago, I like to have a bit of it in me all the time, in the form of Jhaal Muri (a famous Bengali street food). I tend to obsess about Delhi when I am in Calcutta, and about Calcutta when I am in Delhi, and to quench that strange multi-dimensional homesickness, I resort to hovering over various cities on Google maps. 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.


You will never find me without a notebook, tens of pens, a beard and a unibrow obsessing over trying to draw everything that tries to tell me something or I would wish to tell others about. Telling stories is a common thread between my personal as well as professional work and whether it needs to be told through print or a digital application is subjective to the purpose and content of the project.


​I often live in a dichotomous world where I prefer non-fiction literature yet revel in the fantastical world of the likes of The Avengers, Alice in Wonderland and Game of Thrones.


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. I have earlier worked at Idiom Design and Consulting, Lemon Design, Lopez Design, Avantgarde and Tiffinbox besides being an independent designer.