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Every idea is once just a thought. Initially, Megha- the creator of the hashtag wanted to get a shot of her hometown cityscape in the reflector lennons she had used because she had been seeing people upload shots where they had clicked glasses with the sky reflecting on it

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Every idea is once just a thought. Initially, Megha- the creator of the hashtag wanted to get a shot of her hometown cityscape in the reflector lennons she had used because she had been seeing people upload shots where they had clicked glasses with the sky reflecting on it

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We want to send a big thanks to all those who participated in the contest and helped make Inktober, initially created by Jake Parker in 2009, a success with Inspiro India this october (2016).

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Today on International Women’s Day, we have curated artworks and photographs from 10 Creative Heads who inspire us and wish they inspire you too!

Anushka Tendolkar is a 20 year old communication design student with a keen interest in graphic design and is very passionate about photography.

Featuring series of inspiring images by creative heads from all over the world everyday as ‘iidailyinspiration’.
To contribute, send your work at info@inspiroindia along with subject: ‘iidailyinspiration’, your name and location. Eg. Subject:- iidailyinspiration+name+location

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