This simplistic, square building is an agriculture training centre in the rural area of Nimblak, Maharashtra, India. Built for the marginal farmers’ children, its purpose is to enable rural youth, the next generation of farmers, to learn various new agricultural techniques through short duration courses. The building, designed by the Indian architectural firm Studio Advaita is … Continue reading Agricultural Training Centre in Rural India by Studio Advaita.
[embedded content] To most of us, fresh flowers are a short-lived pleasure—a simple luxury that tends to fade away a little too quickly. I have favourite florists, favourite flowers, a favourite vase, and in another life, would have loved to have been a florist—but the significance is mostly aesthetic. In India, flowers are loaded with … Continue reading Portraits of Indian Flower Men by Danish Photographer Ken Hermann.
this restaurant in northern india references everything from the bygone days of the british empire to the films of wes anderson. the project, which has been designed by RENESA, is located inside of the oldest structures in kanpur, a major industrial city formerly known as cawnpore. described as a ‘concoction of design theories’, the scheme … Continue reading this restaurant in india combines pink interiors with bold zebra stripes
Brand New, is a division of UnderConsideration, displaying opinions, and focusing solely, on corporate and brand identity work. More… UnderConsideration is a graphic design firm generating its own projects, initiatives, and content while taking on limited client work. Run by Bryony Gomez-Palacio and Armin Vit in Bloomington, IN.
Holi, the festival of colours and joy is here. As a photography enthusiast, Holi is one festival I have always looked forward to. Of course clicking photos amid raining water and colours is challenging, but it's a lot of fun as well.
Beautiful artworks by Shreya Gupta, an illustrator from India currently based in New York. Shreya has an impressive client list that includes names such as Google, The New York Times, Fast Company, New Republic, Scientific American and Penguin Random House India, amongst others. More illustrations Visit her website
I took this photo at the Colour Run at Olympic Park about five years ago. I always wanted to create a colour palette out of it. I call this palette the Colour Run.
The Ganges has been drawing men and women to its banks at Varanasi for at least 3000 years. Today, they come to offer prayers and take holy dips at a site considered one of India's most sacred. They come to cremate their loved ones at the ghats, literally "steps" leading to the waters. I call this inspirational palette Varanasi.
Hello and Happy New Year to you all. I am going to keep the writing here somewhat brief. I will let the images do most of the speaking for me. I moved further up in Longitude with regards to the skin tones this month. Here are the reference photos I used. Source: Portraits and Skin … Continue reading Portraits and Skin Tones Part 2