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Creative Gaga

Creative Gaga

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Creative Gaga is a knowledge-rich publication about the best in graphic design, animation, contemporary art and illustration. Unbiased, appreciative and focused, it is about the latest trends in the trade and expert-speak.

January - February 2014: A typography special, made up of not only Indian type designers or designers whose first love is type, but also few very talented international designers who opens a totally new play ground with sharing their insights and inspirations. This issue has exclusive interview with Lucky Dubz Trifonas from Netherlands, Indian UI & type designer Sabareesh Ravi and Shiva Nallaperumal, who believes, type designers are the material providers to all the creative professionals. Also includes a special making of Nirlep rebranding done by Elephant Design and an interaction with the ace product designer Aman Sadana.

November - December 2013: This issue features Beard Design studio who exclusively work for start-ups. They stay loyal to their own aesthetics while delivering creative solutions for their clients. On the other hand there is 22feet, a digital agency who believes digital is beyond website and try to bridge the gap between offline and online design. We also have few promising individuals from the UI design arena who are fast making their marks. And to top them all, a discussion on the raging issues of digital in the country by few leading names of the industry. We are sure this issue is going to help you gather new insights and perspectives and help you immensely in your strive to align with the new media.

Sept/Oct 2013: We have tried to capture the time of chaos and confusion we all are in and how it inspires and influences creative thoughts. Starting with the cover design by Ankur Singh Patar, who captures the duality in the way we treat women. Followed by a conversation with Italian illustrator Giulio Iurissevich who explores beauty behind this chaos. Also there is a special focus on portraits this time, with a tips and tricks on portrait photography along with a tutorial in classic pencil portrait making. Hope you will enjoy reading this issue and find your own moment of calmness in the world of chaos.

Jul/Aug 2013: We always wish we had someone to show us the right way of doing things when we were starting our professional journey. And that’s why, we have based this issue on graduates. The cover feature is an ensemble of advices from top names of the industry. We have also showcased few talented fresh graduates from across the country, keeping with the theme. You’ll find Tom J Manning and Pallavi Sen share their international exposure as well as insights behind their unique approach. Also featuring Shreya Shetty, a prominent concept artist, who shares the secret behind the believable characters she creates. She believes, with practice and patience, anyone can be a good artist.

May/June13: In this issue, we invited leading Gaming professionals to share their inspirations along with their suggestions to improve the Gaming Art in India. Also featuring some of the big names of Gaming Art like Vinay Vikram Singh, Sandeep Menon and Neeraj Menon along with International renowned Russian studio and many more talented creatives.

Mar/April 2013: March/ April 2013 Digital Art Issue. We dedicated this issue on Digital Art where we explored the connection between our dreams and imagination and how the flexibility of technology can be used to document that. In his exclusive article, Android Jones explains the broader perspective of digital art. Featuring Ankur Singh Patar, Archan Nair, Harshvardhan Kadam and Aamina Shazi Arora, every article discusses how each of them has an individual way of working and yet they all look at life beyond the obvious to appreciate it's beauty.

Jan/Feb 2013: This issue explores one of the issues that is very close to our heart-Indian animation. Coming from a country of stories and storytellers, Indian animation professionals are sitting on a gold reserve.

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