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An Insight on Designs, Designers, and Design Industry

  1. Presentation by Ravi Bhadauria @admecinstitute ADMEC Multimedia Institute | Designers, and Design Industry An INSIGHT on Designs
  2. A Workshop by Ravi Bhadauria at ADMEC Multimedia Institute Designers, and Design Industry An INSIGHT on Designs
  3. Few Words Dear Reader, ADMEC Multimedia Institute is a pioneer institute which provides job oriented training in design and art to the world at large. This presentation is one of the study materials of our workshops being conducted by one of our senior mentors on An Insight On Design and Design Industry. All the admecians and non- admecians can access this presentation to improve their knowledge related to our design industry. We express thanks to many books and websites, specially Google for making it one of the best presentations of all time. Thanks Ravi Bhadauria, Instructor (Visual Design & Web Development) Director, ADMEC Multimedia Institute
  4. Importance of the Topic It is very very important to know your industry before you get into it; so that you can be familar with various sides of it. In order to shed some light on what it means to be in the graphic design industry, we are going to take a look at:
  5. What are you going to learn today? ● Design Industry ● Design Trends ● Veteran Graphic Artists ● Design Colleges in India and in World ● Design Layout and Its Types ● Various Art Forms ● Projects
  6. Industry of Design Indian corporate world and the ever-demanding Indian consumers have the undying hunger for well designed products and services. Thus making a tremendous scope of the Design Industry to thrive in the metro and small cities. Part I
  7. The Design Industry in India The commerce and Industry minister, Govt. of India has to be noted stating in a recently held CII function, the need to have almost 10,000 designers in India. The current number of design graduates in India is only around 1000. The statistics have shown that India has only 2 designers for every one million population, whilst Finland has 120 designers and Japan has 90 designers to the same ratio.
  8. The Design Industry in India Cities like Ahmedabad and Pune have significantly made a mark in the Indian map as thriving ‘design centers’. Ahmedabad hosting the most enigmatic design institute in the country namely, the National Institute of Design (NID). NID is in the process of establishing four more centers in Assam, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, and Andhra Pradesh. Being one of the foremost countries to have adopted a National Design Policy, the design industry in India is aiming at the skies.
  9. The Design Industry in India The study and scope of design is spread across different domains like ● Architectural Design ● Fashion Design ● Jewellery Design ● Graphic Design ● Interior Design ● Furniture Design ● Automotive Design ● Industrial Design ● Animation and New Media ● Landscape Design ● Website Design ● Exhibition Design etc.
  10. Architectural Design, 6% Interior Design + Landscape Architecture + Furniture Design, 13% Fashion + Textile + Jewellery + Letter Design, 9% Graphic Design, 20% Animation & New Media Design, 10% Industrial + Automotive + Retail Design, 25% Allied (Toy + Set & Exhibition + Design Research), 11% HCI, 6%
  11. Design Trends “A general direction in which something is developing or changing.” Design trends are influenced by culture, media, past and present, technology, fashion, and other industries. They come and go, but it’s hard to say exactly when. Part II
  12. Graphic Design Trends 01. Modern Retro Style 02. Material Design 03. Bold Colors & Lively Typography 04. Geometric Shapes 05. Negative Space 06. Modular Layouts 07. Custom Illustrations 08. Minimalistic Style
  13. 01. Modern Retro Style Whether it's is the world of fashion, colors or home decor, retro style is an eclectic mix of old styles and new forms, or new forms with old materials and finishes.
  14. Modern Retro Style Example
  15. Ad design for a music store have a retro yet contemporary feelModern Retro Style Example
  16. Modern Retro Style Example Some distinctly 80s style from stationery brand
  17. Modern Retro Style Example
  18. Modern Retro Style Example
  19. Modern Retro Style Example
  20. Modern Retro Style Example
  21. 02. Material Design Google introduced its material design guidelines. This visual language is characterized by “deliberate color choices, edge-to- edge imagery, large-scale typography, and intentional white space” for a bold, graphic look, according to Google.
  22. Flat Design Example
  23. Material Design Example s
  24. Material Design Example Integrated light and shadow effects for a sense of depth
  25. Material Design Example
  26. 03. Bright and Bold Colors Fitting in with both 80s/ 90s styles and material design, vibrant hues, bold colors
  27. 04. Geometric Shapes Geometric shapes and patterns are a motif that aligns with some of the 80s-era trends. This one can be applied in all sorts of ways— as individual graphic elements, as backgrounds, as an illustrative technique.
  28. Use of Geometric shapes in Business Cards
  29. Radhuset Vingelen is using geometric shapes in their designs.
  30. 05. Negative Space Negative and/or white space is an essential part of any good design. But used strategically, negative space can be a clever way to add deeper or double meaning to your designs, particularly for logo and branding projects.
  31. The negative space in this logo by Sameer Ahmed lends movement and context to the word being spelled out.
  32. In this design for a restaurant called “The Swan & Mallard,” John Randall has creatively managed to fit a swan, a mallard duck, and an ampersand all into one logo though the interaction of positive and negative space.
  33. Look closely at the shapes and spaces created by the violin in Sam Hadley’s concert poster. They form a series of numbers—1, 2, and 3—which are part of the event name.
  34. from left to right, a bird, cat, rabbit, gorilla, dog/wolf, and bear
  35. a book cover design by Jason Booher, takes a concept from the title (immersion) and uses only curving lines and the negative space they create to suggest (in an abstract way) the image of a person immersed in water or some other substance.
  36. Modular design is a technique where every single element is made using a block grid pattern. Each of the elements of the design fit into the modules in rectangular patterns. The modular grid is beneficial for projects where there is an plenty of content that might be unrelated on the face but appear in a design together (this is why the style was so popular for newspapers with so many unrelated parts on a large canvas). 06. Modular Layouts
  37. Modular Layout Examples
  38. 07. Dramatic Typography
  39. 08. Custom Illustrations
  40. 09. Minimalistic Style This trend relies on minimalism and deconstructing or distorting recognizable forms.
  41. Minimalistic Style Examples
  42. Veteran Graphic Artists They've helped to shape the way we view graphic design today - here's what you need to know about the pioneers of modern design. Part III
  43. Indian Graphic Artists
  44. Indian Graphic Artists 1) Satish Gujral 2) Binoy Sarkar 3) Dashrath Patel 4) Orijit Sen 5) RK Joshi 6) Sudarshan Dheer 7) Sujata Keshvan 8) Vikas Satwalekar 9) Yeshwant Chaudhry 10) Shekhar Gurera 11) Satyajit Ray 12) Udai Kumar
  45. 1. Satish Gujral Achievements & Work: • Belgium Embassy in New Delhi has been selected by the international Forum of architects as one of the one thousand best built in the 20th century in the world. • National Award, "Padma Vibhushan". • Four books of his work and an autobiography have been published. • His work reflects the spirit of traditional Indian Miniatures and Temple Sculptures. Painter, Sculptor, Muralist, Architect & Writer Satish Gujral is described as a living legend; one of the few who have consistently dominated the art scene in India for entire post-independent era.
  46. 2. Binoy Sarkar Achievements & Work : • He designed many of the iconic logos of corporations that are an expression of simplicity with elegant representation of the meaning of the organization. • Airport authority of India, Delhi transport corporation, Electronics corporation of India, Indian airlines etc. Binoy Kumar Sarkar (sometimes Binoy Kumar Sarkar) (1887–1949) was an Indian social scientist, professor, and nationalist. He founded several institutes in Calcutta, including: The Bengali Institute of Sociology, Bengali Asia Academy, Bengali Dante Society, and Bengali Institute of American Culture.
  47. Achievements & Work : • Awarded Padma Bhushan in 2011 and Padma Shri in 1980 by the Government of India for his contribution in design and design education. • Honored with grandmaster Award during the Icograda Design Week in India at IIT Bombay during 2007. • His work can be seen at Dashrath Patel Museum located in Alibagh, near Mumbai. • He practiced in diverse art fields as a painter, ceramist, a graphic designer, industrial design and exhibition design. 3. Dashrath Patel Prof. Dashrath Patel (1927 – December 1, 2010). He was Indian designer, sculptor, who was the founder secretary of the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, from 1961 to 1981.
  48. Achievements & Work : • The Pao Collective - Sen is one of the five founders of The Pao Collective. Founded in 2009, the collective aims to "support comics as a medium and a culture in India. PAO: The Anthology Of Comics 1 by Penguin Books India won the 2nd Comic Con India Awards 2012 in the best graphic anthology category. 4. Orijit Sen Orijit Sen (born 1963) is an Indian graphic artist and designer. His graphic novel River of Stories, published in 1994 by Kalpavriksh is considered as the first graphic novel of India. He co-founded People Tree in 1990 as a "collaborative studio and store for artists, designers, and craftspeople."
  49. • A Place In Punjab - 7 storey high "walk-through mural experience" that takes the visitor through sights and insights of Punjabi life at the Virasat-e-Khalsa in Anandpur Sahib, Punjab. The multimedia museum Virasat-e-Khalsa in which Sen's mural creation is located was designed by renowned Boston-based architect Moshe Safdie. • Mapping Mapusa Market- As the Mario Miranda Chair visiting professor at Goa University, Sen initiated Mapping Mapusa Market. It brings as a whole all "artists, designers, writers, teachers, students and interested members of the public to explore and document the complex life of the Mapusa Market in Goa from a variety of perspectives- illustrations, photographs, videos and interviews. The project aim was to look at how a historical market evolved and how it is coping with the challenges of globalization, consumerism and supermarket and mall culture".
  50. Achievements & Work : • Art director at Ulka Advertising in Mumbai • Bukva-raz, an International Award for his ‘Raghu’ font • Professor of visual communications at the Industrial Design Center of IIT, Mumbai • Lifetime achievement award by Ad Club, 2004 • At Microsoft, he published these typefaces Mangal, Gautami, Raavi, Shruti, Tunga. Kartika, Vrinda (2004). In 2009, he developed Latha and Mangal • Logos created for Punjab National Bank, Welcome Group, Expo Marketing etc. • Typecaces: Vishakha (Devanagari), Vibhusha (Bengali), Vidhan (Oriya), and Viloma (Tamil) 5. R K JOSHI Professor R K Joshi or Raghunath K Joshi (born 1936 in Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India. He was an academic type designer and calligrapher. He designed the core Indian fonts used in Microsoft Windows. He studied at the Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Art in Mumbai.
  51. Achievements & Work : • Hindustan Petroleum (HP), Titan, the Essar Group, Raheja Corp., Kissan, IDBI Bank and Centurion Bank • Featured in more than 50 international publications and won about 40 awards • Gold Medal in The Sixth International Contest of Trade Marks & Logotype • TAMGA, Russia 2006 6. Sudarshan Dheer Sudarshan Dheer is the grand master of Corporate Communication in India. Dheer has worked with ad agencies such as National Advertising and MCM for about two decades, quit advertising to start his own design studio, Graphic Communication Concepts in 1974.
  52. • BRONZE MEDAL: Bienalleb of International Graphic Design, Brno, Czech Republic 1982 • GOLD MEDAL: Art Director of Year, 'CAG' Communication Arts Guild • SIX AWARDS: 'ABCI' Association of Business Communicators of India • FOUR AWARDS: Advertising Club of Bombay • GRAND MASTER: 1st India Icogada Design week IDC, IIT Bombay • He has designed logos for companies like HP , ICICI Bank, Titan Industries, Kissan Products etc.
  53. Achievements & Work : • She is the only Indian graphic designer to be honored twice as the Graphic Designer of the Year at the annual Advertising and Marketing (A & M) awards. • She won the Eastern Press Award and the Schickle–Collingwood Prize for her outstanding work. 7. Sujata Keshvan Sujata Keshavan was born at 1961 is an Indian graphic designer and co-founder of Ray and Keshavan, India's leading brand design firm. Sujata graduated in 1984 from the National Institute of Design and in 1987 from the School of Art, Yale University, with a Master of Fine Arts in graphic design.
  54. • Sujata was placed 18th on Fortune India's list of most powerful women in business • She was named among one of India's 30 most powerful women by India Today, and was honored as The Outstanding Woman Professional of the Year, 2007, by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) • She has designed logo for Delhi International Airport, Bengaluru International Airport, Mumbai International Airport, Vistara, Nalanda University etc.
  55. Achievements & Work : • Grand-master Commendation on the occasion of the Icograda Design Week in India Conference, IIT Bombay • Designed corporate identity programs for Mother Dairy, National Dairy Development Board, Channel Identity Graphics and Signature Films for Broadcast Worldwide Pvt Ltd, Doordarshan Channel Identities, DD news, Metro, National Sports, Prasar Bharati and others 8. Vikas Satwalekar Prof. Vikas Satwalekar was a faculty and executive director at the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad. He has contributed significantly in the fields of Graphic Design, Publication Design, Exhibition Design, Identity Systems, etc. He now works as a design consultant and is based in Mumbai.
  56. Achievements & Work : Designed logos for the companies like Amul milk product, Educational Conference depicting the third eye for IDC, Bombay, Housing Development Finance Corporation, IIT Guwahati, Central Bank of India. 9. Yeshwant Chaudhary Yeshwant Chaudhary graduated being first in the class from the Sir J J Institute of Applied Arts at Bombay. He did his post-graduate studies at the Central School of Art and Design, London. He established his own firm 'Communica Corporate Communications' with activities such as film-making, audio-visuals, design services and corporate identity programs.
  57. 9. Yeshwant Chaudhary
  58. Yeshwant Chaudhary's Work
  59. Achievements & Work : ● He secured four University Colors and Gold Medals in Cartooning and Sketching. ● He was honored by the Speaker of the Lok Sabha, Balram Jakhar when he was a student of 11th class. ● Honored by the PM, Rajiv Gandhi and by The President, Giani Zail Singh. 10. Shekhar Gurera Shekhar Gurera, or Chander Shekhar Gurera is a famous Indian editorial cartoonist, illustrator and graphic designer. He is known for his cartoons with comments about India's political and social trends. His cartoons appear in several English, Hindi, and regional language daily newspapers like Punjab Kesari, Nava Bharat, The Pioneer etc. He drew cartoons as a hobby, and started his cartoon career in 1984 as a freelancer.
  60. • Got the Best Cartoonist Award by the PM P. V. Narasimha Rao during 1st Babu Jagjeevan Ram Memorial All India Art Exhibition. • Awarded for the Excellence in Cartooning at 20th Matri Shree Media Awards, by the Delhi CM Sahib Singh Verma. • He was awarded by The Saitama's Humor Photo Contest, Japan. • Honored at Mahamana Madan Mohan Malaviya Memorial 7th Annual Award for Journalism (Cartoonist). • The best way to check his work is to go through his website:
  61. International Graphic Artists ● Alan Fletcher ● Chip Kidd ● David Carson ● Michael Bierut ● Milton Glaser ● Neville Brody ● Paul Rand ● Paula Scher ● Saul Bass ● Stefan Sagmeister ● Otl Aicher ● Armin Hofmann ● Herb Lubalin
  62. 1. Alan Fletcher Alan Gerard Fletcher was a British graphic designer. Alan Fletcher was a celebrated name during the twentieth century in the graphic designing field. He was highly regarded by his generation of graphic designers and the following ones, for his prolificacy and an astounding body of work. Alan Fletcher was the father figure of British graphic design. He studied at the Hammersmith School of Art, then at the Central School of Art, where he studied under noted typographer Anthony Froshaug. After a year teaching English at Berlitz Language School in Barcelona, he returned to London to study at the Royal College of Art.
  63. Achievements & Work : • He won the 1993 Prince Philip Designers Prize given by the Design Council, was President of the D&AD (Designers and Art Directors Association). • The December 2006 limited-edition cover of Wallpaper* magazine featured one of his last works omitting his calligraphic signature in the compliments slip accompanying his completed work for he was too frail by then. • Companies like Reuters, Institute of Directors, Victoria and Albert Museum, Italian School of Architecture "Facolta di Architettura di Alghero", (University of Sassari) etc. are designed by Alan Fletcher.
  64. Achievements & Work : ● AIGA medal ● National Design Award for Communication ● International Center of Photography's Infinity Award for Design Charles or Chip Kidd born September 12, 1964 in Pennsylvania. He is an American graphic designer and best known for his creative book covers. Based in New York city, He has become the most famous book cover designers. Being a comic lover, he has not only written for DC Comics but has also designed their covers. Kidd graduated with a degree in graphic design from Pennsylvania State University. 2. Chip Kidd
  65. David Carson is an American graphic designer, art director and surfer. He is best known for his new and inventive magazine design, and use of experimental typography. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from San Diego State University. He also attended the Oregon College of Commercial Art to study graphic designing and a three-week workshop in Switzerland as a part of his degree. The teacher who influenced him was Hans-Rudolf Lutz. 3. David Carson
  66. Achievements & Work : David Carson has won over 230 Awards for his work in graphic design, photography, advertising and branding. Some of these awards includes: • Best Overall Design, Society of Publication Designers in New York. • Cover of the Year, Society of Publication Designers in New York. • Award of Best Use of Photography in Graphic Design, International Center of Photography • Designer of the Year (1998 and 1999), International Center of Photography • Master of Typography, Graphics magazine (NY) • The most famous graphic designer on the planet, April 2004 – London Creative Review magazine (London)
  67. • His best work can be seen for the the magazine “Ray Gun”, “The Black Swan Issue”, “Dave Night” etc. • His major clients were Pepsi Cola, Ray Ban, Nike, Microsoft, Budweiser, Giorgio Armani, NBC, American Airlines and Levi Strauss Jeans, and later worked for a variety of clients like AT&T Corporation, British Airways, Kodak, Lycra, Packard Bell, Sony, Suzuki, Toyota, Warner Bros., CNN, Cuervo Gold, Johnson AIDS Foundation, MTV Global, Nissan, Intel, Mercedes-Benz, and Nine Inch Nails.
  68. Michael Bierut is a graphic designer, design critic and educator. Since 1990 he has been a partner in the New York office of Pentagram. According to his Pentagram online biography: Bierut "is responsible for leading a team of graphic designers who create identity design, environmental graphic design and editorial design solutions. He studied graphic design at the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. Before becoming partners with Pentagram in 1990 he worked ten years Vignelli Associates, as a vice president. 4. Michael Bierut
  69. Achievements & Work : • He has won over a 100 awards and has been kept in various museums in New York, Washington D.C., Germany, and Montreal. • He has served as president emeritus of the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) and is president of AIGA national. • He received highest honor in the profession in 2006, the AIGA medal, which recognizes his illustrious achievements and contributions to the field. • In 2008 he received the Design Mind Award that was presented by the Cooper- Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution. • His work includes Big Ben Logo, Mohawk Logo etc.
  70. Achievements & Work: • Glaser won a National Design Award Lifetime Achievement in 2004 from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum for his long-term contributions to the contemporary practice of design Milton Glaser is a prominent twentieth century American graphic designer. His artworks had been kept at the prestigious the Georges Pompidou Center and Museum of Modern Art. 5. Milton Glaser
  71. • In 2009, he was awarded the National Medal of Arts by President Barack Obama and Mrs. Michelle Obama at the White House. • His best work includes Logo of I heart New York, Brooklyn Brewery logo, DC Comics Logo, Seed Logo, Stony Brook University and many more.
  72. Neville Brody is an English graphic designer, typographer and art director. Neville Brody is an alumnus of the London College of Communication and Hornsey College of Art. He is the new Head of the Communication Art & Design department at the Royal College of Art. He also attended a three-year B.A. course in graphics at the London College of Printing. 6. Neville Brody Achievements & Work : • Design for Tribeca Issey Miyake in New York with Frank Gehry • He was a major contributor to FUSE, an influential publication on experimental typography • London's Victoria & Albert Museum hosted an exhibition of Brody's work • D & AD President's Award 2011 • He is known for his work on The Face magazine (1981–1986) and Arena magazine (1987–1990) which also includes David Beckham in the poster, as well.
  73. Paul attended Manhattan's Haaren High School while taking night classes at the Pratt Institute. Rand was largely "self-taught" as a designer. He also attended Parsons the New School for Design and the Art Students League of New York. Paul Rand was an American art director and graphic designer. He was one of the first American commercial artists to use the Swiss Style of graphic design. Rand was a professor emeritus of graphic design at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut from 1956 to 1969, and from 1974 to 1985. He was inducted into the New York Art Directors Club Hall of Fame in 1972. 7. Paul Rand
  74. Achievements & Work : He got below awards for his exceptional work: • AIGA Gold Medal • New York Art Directors Club Hall of Fame • Royal Designer for Industry, Royal Society, London • Type Director’s Club Medal • Florence Prize for Visual Communication • Voted one of the Ten Best Art Directors by New York Art Directors Club His best work includes: • Creating Enron, NeXt, IBM, ABC, UPS logos.
  75. Achievements & Work : ● Art Directors Club Hall of Fame 1998, Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design 2000, AIGA Medal 2001, National Design Award (Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian) 2013 Honorary Doctorates from Corcoran School of Art, Maryland Institute of Art and Moore college of Art. Paula Scher is an American graphic designer, painter and art educator in design, and the first female principal at Pentagram, which she joined in 1991. Paula Scher studied at the Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1970 8. Paul Scher
  76. ●Awards for graphic design; American Book Award nominations for best book design, and for best compilation of written and graphic material, both 1981, both for The Honeymoon Book: A Tribute to the Last Ritual of Sexual Innocence. ● The School of Visual Arts grants a Master Series Award, showcase of Make It Bigger ● She designed logos for Windows 8 Branding, New York Philharmonic, The Metropolitan Opera, Citibank, The Public Theater etc.
  77. Saul Bass was an American graphic designer and Academy Award winning filmmaker, best known for his design of motion picture title sequences, film posters, and corporate logos. He attended the James Monroe High School from where he done his graduation. In 1936, he received a fellowship to the Art Students League in Manhattan. He then went on to study at Brooklyn College, attending night classes with a famous Hungarian-born designer, György Kepes. Achievements & Work: • He designed logo for Bell Systems, AT&T, Continental Airlines, United Airlines • He worked with many top hollywood film directors and created posters of films 9. Saul Bass
  78. Achievements & Work: • He has worked for many famous companies like Kleenex, Girl Scouts, Continental Airlines, Anatomy of a Murder Title Sequence, Vertigo Posters etc. Stefan Sagmeister is a New York-based graphic designer and typographer. He co- founded a design firm called Sagmeister & Walsh Inc. with Jessica Walsh in New York City. Sagmeister studied graphic design at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. He later received a Fulbright scholarship to study at the Pratt Institute in New York. 10. Stefan Sagmeister
  79. • Sagmeister received a Grammy Award in 2005 in the Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package category for art directing Once in a Lifetime box set by Talking Heads. He received a second Grammy Award for his design of the David Byrne and Brian Eno album Everything That Happens Will Happen Today in the Grammy Award for Best Recording Package category on January 31, 2010. • Some of his clients are; Aiga Detroit; Anni Kuan Design; Booth Clibborn Editions; Business Leaders for Sensible Priorities; Capitol Records; Chaumont; copy Magazine; Dai Nippon Printing Company; The Guggenheim Museum.
  80. Veteran Artists A piece of art for someone who loves it; is a most fascinating piece of creativity. On the next slide I have chosen up some of the best artists of all time for you. Part III
  81. Indian Artists/Painters
  82. Indian Artists/Painters ● Neeraj Goswami ● Suresh Choudhary ● Ajit Keshari Ray ● S H Raza ● Ram Kumar ● Badri Narayan ● Srihari Bholekar ● Amrita Sher Gil ● Tyeb Mehta ● Raja Ravi Verma ● Jamini Roy ● Satish Gujral ● M F Hussain
  83. Neeraj Goswami is an Indian Artist. He is a prominent, Indian, contemporary painter and sculptor. Neeraj has made the medium of oils his own achieving a brilliance and vibrancy that is outstanding. Using tones of Celadon Porcelain and Onyx Styrations, he gives his canvases gentle radiance. His paintings glow like precious stones with translucence rarely seen. 1. Neeraj Goswami Achievements & Work : His works feature in prominent collections, which includes:
  84. • Hero Honda • Ranbaxy Group • Max India • Adidas • Somdatt Group • Reliance Group • Mural for Shivaji Stadium station on Delhi Metro, • Airport Express line
  85. Painting Name: Beginning of a Dance Painting Name: Emerging Neeraj Goswami's Work
  86. Suresh Choudhary studied at the Fine Arts College in Indore and then received a degree from the Sir J.J. School of Arts, Mumbai. A prolific artist, Suresh has participated in numerous solo and group shows across the country including the: • IV Bharat Bhawan Biennial of Contemporary Indian Art, Bhopal; • 7th International Contemporary Art Exhibition, New Delhi; • Combined camp of painters, sculptors, graphic artists and ceramic artists organized by Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi; • All India artist camp organized by MP Kala Parishad, MP; • Gujarat Lalit Kala Acacdemy Group show of young painters etc. 2. Suresh Choudhary
  87. Achievements & Work : • He was the recipient of numerous awards and accolades including the Amrita Shergil Fellowship by the Government of Madhya Pradesh. • The Fellowship in Creative painting by the Government of India. • His works are found in many private collections in India and abroad (USA, France, Norway, Dubai, England,France, West Germany, USSR, Canada). Many corporate houses such as the Air India, Bharat Earth Movers, Cipla, Union Carbide, Indian Oil and HUDCO also use his works.
  88. Suresh Choudhary's Work
  89. He went on to specialize in sculpting, wood engraving and graphic art at the Anglo-French Art Centre in London. He bagged the first Lalit Kala Akademi award for modern painting for his work, The Flight. Former president of Lalit Kala Academy, winner of Dharmapada award. As a scholar from Doon school and Shanti Niketan he was guided as the creator of modern art. 3. Ajit Keshari Ray
  90. Ajit Keshari Ray's Work
  91. Achievements & Work: ● John D. Rockefeller III Fellowship, New York ● Padmashree, Government of India ● Premchand Puraskar, Government of Uttar Pradesh ● Kalidas Samman, Government of Madhya Pradesh ● Officers Arts et Letters, Government of France ● Padma Bhushan, Government of India ● Fellowship of the Lalit Kala Akademi 4. Ram Kumar Ram Kumar was among India’s leading modernists. He studied Economics at St. Stephen’s College, New Delhi, Following this, he went to Paris to study painting under Andre Lhote and Fernard Leger.
  92. ● Ram Kumar has participated in various exhibitions in and out of India, including the Venice Biennale and the Festival of India shows in the then USSR and Japan Ram Kumar's Work
  93. Achievements & Work: ● Silver Medal and Gold Medal Bombay Art Society, Mumbai ● Prix de la critique, Paris ● Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan; the Government of India ● Fellowship of the Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi ● Kalidas Samman, Government of Madhya Pradesh 5. S H Raza He was an Indian painter who lived and worked in France since 1950, while maintaining strong ties with India. His works are mainly abstracts in oil or acrylic, with a very rich use of color, replete with icons from Indian cosmology as well as its philosophy.
  94. S H Raza's Work
  95. Badri Narayan was an artist, illustrator, Author and story-teller. Narayan began painting with no formal training, and his first public showing was in 1949, followed by a solo show in 1954. He had over 50 solo shows and his work is in several collections, including the National Gallery of Modern Art and the National Museum in New Delhi. Initially, he worked on tile and ceramic, and this informed some of his subsequent water-colors. His paintings are intimate and appealing, often with an element of fantasy, with simple outlines. He worked primarily in ink or pastel and water color. 6. Badri Narayan
  96. Achievements & Work : ● Padma Shri in 1987 ● The Maharashtra Gourav Puruskar in 1990. His made Illustrations for ● The Mahabharata by Shanta Rameshwar Rao ● The Ramayana by Laxmi Lal
  97. Badri Narayan's Work
  98. Achievements & Work: ● National Academy Award Conferred by Lalit Kala Academi, New Delhi, ● Gold Medal All India Exhibition Hyderabad Art Society, ● Gold Medal All India Exhibition, Maha Koshal Kala Parishath, Raipur, ● Senior Fellowship Visual Art Graphics, Government of India, Ministry of ● Culture, New Delhi. 7. Srihari Bholekar Srihari Bholekar is an International painter, sculptor and print maker from Telangana State of India. He graduated from Osmania University and obtained his diploma in Drawing and Painting from Sir J.J.School of Arts Bombay and specialized in Mural techniques at New Delhi.
  99. ● Contemporary Engraving Museum, Duro, Alijo, Portugal. ● Pantswowe State Museum of Modern Art Majadanesk Lublin, Poland. ● International Research Archives of Contemporary Miniature Prints, University of IOWA, USA. ● Salarjung Museum, Hyderabad, Telangana. ● WIPRO Technologies, Madhapur, Hyderabad. ● Krishna Oberoi, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad ● National Lalit Kala Academy, Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi. ● ABN Contemporary Art Gallery, Santacruz, Mumbai
  100. Srihari Bholekar's Work
  101. Achievements & Work: • National Academy Award Conferred by Lalit Kala Academi, New Delhi • Gold Medal All India Exhibition Hyderabad Art Society • Gold Medal All India Exhibition, Maha Koshal Kala Parishath, Raipur 8. M F Husain Maqbool Fida Husain, commonly known as MF Husain, was a modern Indian painter of international acclaim, and a founding member of The Progressive Artists Group of Bombay. Referred to as "Picasso of India", M.F. Husain is the most celebrated and internationally recognized Indian artist of the 20th century. Hussain is primarily known for his paintings, but is also known for his drawings and his work as a print maker, photographer, and filmmaker.
  102. ● Senior Fellowship Visual Art Graphics, Government of India, Ministry of Culture, New Delhi ● He received the National Film Award for Best Experimental ● Film for Through The Eyes of a Painter. ● He was also a winner of following awards: ● Padma Shri ● Padma Bhushan ● Padma Vibhushan
  103. Painting Name: Mother Teresa Painting Name: The Sixth Seal M F Hussain's Work
  104. Achievements & Work : • During the start of 1930s, while in Paris, Amrita Shergil painted more than 60 canvases. Majority of them were portraits and self-portraits. Some of them were also landscapes and still life. Some of the popular works during that period include “The Professional Model“, “Portrait of a Young Man“, “Marie Louise“, “Young Girls” etc. • Some of her paintings of her can be seen at National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi. 9. Amrita Sher Gil Amrita Sher Gil was an eminent Indian painter, sometimes known as India's Frida Kahlo. She is today considered an important woman painter of 20th-century India, whose legacy stands on a par with that of the Masters of Bengal Renaissance. She is also the "most expensive" woman painter of India.
  105. Amrita Sher Gil's Work
  106. Achievements & Work: • Padma Bhushan • Kalidas Samman • Prix Nationale at the International Festival of Painting in Cagnes-sur-Mer,France • He got famous for his work Kali and Celebration. 10. Tyeb Mehta Tyeb Mehta was an Indian painter. He was part of the Bombay Progressive Artists' Group, which included F.N. Souza, S.H. Raza and M.F. Husain, and the first post-colonial generation of artists in India, like John Wilkins who also broke free from the nationalist Bengal school and embraced Modernism instead, with its Post-Impressionist colors, Cubist forms and brusque, Expressionistic styles.
  107. Tyeb Mehta's Work
  108. International Artists/Painters
  109. International Painters/ Artists ● Pablo Picasso ● Leonardo Da Vinci ● Michelangelo ● Andy Warhol ● Claude Monet ● Rembrandt Harmenszoon ● Raphael ●Johannes Vermeer ● Henri Matisse ● Frida Kahlo ● Paul Gauguin ● Caravaggio ● Sandro Botticelli
  110. 1. Pablo Picasso Pablo Ruiz y Picasso, also known as Pablo Picasso was a Spanish painter, sculptor, print maker, ceramicist, stage Designer, poet and playwright who spent most of his life in France. He was considered as one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century, he is known for co- founding the Cubist movement, the invention of constructed sculpture,the co- invention of collage, and for the wide variety of styles that he helped develop and explore.
  111. Achievements & Work : • He received Stalin Peace Prize and and conferred twice for Lenin Peace Prize. • In 1907, he along with his friend George Braque came up with a remarkable work that noone has made up ever. They included sharp geometric shapes, ‘Les Demoisellesd ’Avignon’,abstracted and distorted with glaring blotches of blues, greens and grays. The work became the precursor and inspiration of Cubism, an artistic style that the two invented. • Some of his neoclassical works that depict his return to realism include ‘Three Women at the Spring’, ‘Two Women Running on the Beach/ The Race’ and ‘The Pipes of Pan’.
  112. Pablo Picasso's Work Painting Name: The Weeping Woman Painting Name: The Old Guitarist
  113. Achievements & Work: ● He got recognition for “Virgin of the Rocks”,”Vitruvian Man”, “The Last Supper”, “Mona Lisa” etc. ● The ‘Leonardo da Vinci Award’, was established in 1975 by the Rotary Club of Florence and is presented to young people involved in the study of arts, technology, literature and the sciences. 2. Leonardo Da Vinci Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci was an Italian polymath whose areas of interest included invention, painting, sculpting, architecture,science,music,mathematics,engin eering,literature,anatomy,geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, and cartography. He has been variously called the father of palaeontology, ichnology,and architecture, and is widely considered one of the greatest painters of all time.
  114. Leonardo Da Vinci's Work Painting Name: Monalisa Painting Name: The Last Supper
  115. Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, popularly known as Michelangelo, was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect and poet. He is considered to be one of the greatest artists of the High Renaissance period. He enjoyed drawing and was later introduced to painter Domenico Ghirlandaio. At the age of 13, his father arranged for him to be apprenticed at Ghirlandaio’s workshop where he was exposed to the technique of fresco. Ghirlandaio recommended him to the palace of the Florentine ruler, Lorenzo the Magnificent, where he studied classical sculpture in the Medici gardens. 3. Michelangelo
  116. Achievements & Work: • He got famous for his work ‘Pieta’, a sculpture in which • Mary supports the dead Christ across her knees. It was created from a single piece of Carrara marble. • Chapel’s ceiling which contains over 300 figures.
  117. Michelangelo's Work Painting Name: Sistine Chapel Cieling Sculpture Name: Pieta
  118. Andy Warhol is a name that revolutionized art in the United States of America during the 20th century. While the world was already familiar with art forms such as painting, Andy introduced a new concept named ‘Pop Art’. His illustrations for various brands garnered a lot of appreciation from the public. However, he was also criticized by many for commercializing art. He did his bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from ‘Carnegie Institute of Technology’ and specialized in Pictorial Design during this 4- year course. 4. Andy Warhol
  119. Achievements & Work : ●The U.S Postal Service issued an 18-inch stamp in 2002, as a tribute to Andy Warhol’s achievements. ●A few years after his death, the ‘Andy Warhol Museum’ was opened in Pittsburgh, in honour of the artist. A whopping $12 million was spent to keep the artist’s works alive. ●Though Andy worked on numerous print advertisements for various products, he is known for his films. His most noted celluloid work is the 1966 experimental film, ‘Chelsea Girls’.
  120. Pop Art
  121. Andy Warhol's Work Painting Name: Anyone for shoes Painting Name: Liz
  122. Claude Monet was a renowned French painter who used to capture his daily life’s best moments on canvas. He is one of the most celebrated figures in the field of art, and an inspiration to many budding artists. Unlike many other contemporaries of his times, Claude observed his immediate environment, and painted it on canvas. His work is also known for the effective use of light. Monet pursued his education in arts from ‘Le Havre secondary school of the arts’. He was well-known for many such charcoal caricature works. 5. Claude Monet
  123. Achievements & Work: One of Claude’s works which has made him one of the legendary artists of all time is the ‘Impression, Sunrise’. This painting showed how ‘Havre’s Harbor’ looks during the morning fog. The work seemed like an incomplete sketch, compared to the other paintings of those days. This work of Monet’s, was considered unusual by many critics, who coined a new term for such kind of art, known as ‘Impressionism’.
  124. Claude Monet's Work Painting Name: Venice Painting Name: The Path among the Irises Impressionism Art