Friday, April 15, 2011

digital wall prints for kids!

 hi all!.... for my coming blogposts i will be featuring a collection of digital wall prints i made for the SAARC exhibition 2011. It was a lovely event and the response was very encouraging! i am very excited and really looking forward to producing my next collection of prints!....stay tuned!

Monday, July 26, 2010

mr monty!

Just finished my first digital illustration !........he is called mr monty!...named after my cat:)

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Fish doodle!

I was doodling with a marker the other day and used it to create a design on photoshop which eventually ended up as a birthday card......:)....lemme kno what u think of it!

Thursday, July 2, 2009

kitty illustration:)

I did a charcoal drawing of a cat some time back and thought of using it in an illustration. I know this kitty looks a bit scared here! i showed her hiding amongst flowers:) now m having ideas of doing more stuff in charcoal and photoshopping it with other elements........hmmm.....will be working on that over the weekend.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Finally water color!

Been trying out my hand at watercolor recently and decided to make a print out of a simple watercolor illustration i made of a leaf some time back. So I used this painting and photoshopped it on the background of a vintage envelope! I call this particualr piece "Memories" I had been completely out of touch with water coloring for quite this particular one has definitely set me in the mood for some more! all will soon get to see more of watercolor prints......:)

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

leafy print!

I was scribbling some leaves the other day and decided to work on them on photoshop!.....and voila!.... i come up with this surface patter design. i think its really simple and cute:)

Monday, June 8, 2009

antique paislies....:)

I love Tea-dyed paper and thought of giving a rustic tea-dyed look to my cards ....esp for those who prefer milder tones. The theme behind creating this design was to give it the feel of an old salvaged and faded Paisely design classy and timeless as a traditional eastern wedding:)

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Butterflies in vines:)

Thats a new one i've just started working on. Basically i want to do an entire series based "Butterflies and Baroque". I'm a sucker for Baroque vintage wallpaper designs!....can you all suggest any sites or blogs featuring any ?

Sunday, May 31, 2009

paisley print

hey all.......just designed a new paisley print...plannin to take it further by making a repeat and coordinates for a bedsheet print:)

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Vintage Floral :)

AHHH:) wedding is complete without flowers!.....what would you think of this vintage floral wedding invitation?

Thursday, May 14, 2009

more stuff!

i love this green color and made a background using it with a bit of texture!made two one with the baroque theme and the other one with cherry blossoms on it.....:)

Monday, May 11, 2009

another one!

just made another is it?

Sunday, May 10, 2009

invitation card design!

hi!!!.....sorry for coming back so late!...i've just started designing some traditional wedding invitaions.....and was just sampling a lil bit! does this envelope look????pls would really help me for future designs....thnx!

Thursday, March 5, 2009

poster design!

My husband is in an underground rock band called [NO IDEA] . I often photograph for his band and come up with stuff for their site n all! Recently i designed two posters for his upcoming gig:) hope u guys like ' comment!

Thursday, January 22, 2009

All Things Organic

"Organic", is the talk of the town these days. From "organic foods" to "organic agriculture" and even "orgnaic baby products", the world it seems is going back to basics. "Going organic" is the new term I use for freeing your life from everything artificial, and relishing the beauty of the natural. My photoshoot this time went organic too. I wanted to capture in this shoot ...the life in the basic organic and seemingly ordinary things. Like the pod, in the first picture, bursting open to give out its fertile seeds. The long hair of the seed would then provide a natural dispersal mechanism and thus without any interference the plant can sustain its life.

The twists and turns of the ropes and the texture of the brick was what grabbed my attention for the above picture....ordinary?...yes...thats what i found beautiful.

My maid had left her hand-made broom lying on the floor and so i took a few shots at it. She made it herself tearing off the leaf blades from the stem of dried coconut tree leaves. The stems would then be gathered and tied to make the broom...quite an effort!
Thats it for now i guess will be snapping some more and putting it up soon, in the meanwhile I am rushing off to design some "organic" theme prints....:)