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Blog | Inspiration

25 April 2017

iidailyinspiration #112

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Blog | Travel

1 April 2017

Exotic visual tour of Indian marvels | India in Pictures #001

India is a country where various dynasties have conquered and vanished through the centuries, but the beauty still remains in the form of architecture, food and people themselves!

Cultures, traditions, celebrations and manifolds of landscapes make every corner turn into a new discovery, be it a local or visitor!

Here is a series of visuals by Creative Heads from all over the country.

 

Sambhar Salt Lake, Rajasthan // ©Bhuvan Gaur

 

Bara Imambara, Lucknow // ©Gursimran Singh Basra

 

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh // ©Rahul Singh Manral

 

Haji Ali, Mumbai // ©Aparna Soni

 

Gangaur Ghat, Udaipur, Rajasthan // ©Sakshi Bharwani

 

Nigam Pratibha Vidyalaya, New Delhi // ©Aman Raj

 

Shillong, Meghalaya, India // ©Dhiman Jyoti Bayan

 

Haridwar, Uttarakhand // ©Onusha Dey

 

Ooty, Tamil Nadu // ©Abhishek Singh

 

Charminar, Hyderabad // ©Gurnam Jagota

 

 

Featuring series of inspiring images by Creative Heads from all over the country as ‘India in Pictures’.

 

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31 March 2017

Creative Head of the week : Rahul Khobragade

The digital artist uses a variable approach to his art, rather than staying real, he chooses a variety of views to express his inner thoughts. He usually loves to do abstract, typography, symbolic, geometric, swiss and other types of art.
He loves to do gradient (his favourite), vector and typography. There is a lot to explore, he would love to learn a lot and explore the coming trends in the market.

 

 

‘The growing importance of visual art has spoken for itself’, says Rahul. He also believes that man is so busy in his daily routine that even one look at art can tell the whole story.
Visual art is something that’s appealing to the eye and can tell a story to remember and change the perspective in today’s generation for the good. The value of editorial and conceptual illustration has been an important phase in today’s world and it can even humour or make an impact on a life believes the artist.

Khobragade did his ATD (Art Teacher Diploma) and then graduated in Applied Arts, he later acquired a Masters Degree specialising in illustration from Government Chitrakala Mahavidyalaya (Government College of Art and Design now).

Rahul does not prefer any typical working process, he hates routines. Digitally, he prefers gradient, fluorescent and transparent colours. Some of the software he fancies are Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Corel Painter and Corel Draw.

The artist loves to play cricket, watch movies, travel and munching on non-vegetarian foods when he’s not creating.

Rahul feels it’s very important to sketch and paint which helps to develop one’s skills, ultimately help in working at speed in digital art. Inspiration is always good as long as one’s own style is also being developed. Copying someone’s work is a big no-no when it comes to creating art.
‘If you have dreamed of being an artist, you can always achieve if you choose to believe in yourself and practice harder’, advises Rahul Khobragade.

 

©Rahul Khobragade

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Art | Blog | Interviews

30 March 2017

Interview with Artist: Moanungsang Lemtur

Moanungsang Lemtur has been drawing since he was a kid. Constant love, experimenting and practising art all these years got him more serious about it in the mid of the year 2013.

 

Moanungsang Lemtur

Inspiro India: How would you best describe your style of illustration? And the challenges you faced as an artist/illustrator?

– Technically I do a lot of pen work. And mostly in black, sometimes some dash of colours if necessary, I always like mixing up different elements to form a surreal image. Growing up as an artist, setting up a certain price for commission works has always been difficult. There are always admirers of art who want to get some art done. But there are very less genuine lovers of art who are willing to pay for the art it actually deserves.

 

Inspiro India: Why illustration? Can you please explain about your work process (software/tools you use)?

– I always think that illustrations are a more versatile way to speak through artworks. Anyway, I’m not one sided with illustrations alone. I love painting a lot and have been painting a lot too.
I use micron pens, and dip pens for inking. I always use black for the penning part for post production. I also use Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

 

 

Inspiro India: How satisfied are you with the artist you are right now?

–  I always think of this question myself. I always end up not being satisfied, I don’t think I will ever be.

 

Inspiro India: What is your working environment like?

– I don’t have my own studio yet. I live with some friends in a rented apartment who are artists as well. So my workplace right now is very basic, with some artworks hanging around here and there done be me and my friends. Also, you can find books and musical instruments lying around in every corner.

 

 

Inspiro India: Who or what inspires your creative work?

– Good movies, books and documentaries inspire me a lot. This often keeps me in loops of thoughts and helps me in building up visual ideas, which I later execute them through my art.  Then there’s Vincent Willem van Gogh.

 

Inspiro India: Is studying illustration in college worth the cost or do you recommend an alternative? 

– Me being a self-taught artist myself, I won’t recommend for an art college to learn an art. But there are situations, there are some people who need that ‘push’ to keep up with art. If you’re one of them, then college can help (shame on you, though). But anyway, colleges do help in directing you for your job too. So it has its perks I guess.

 

 

Inspiro India: What did you want to become as a child? How did you get your first job as an illustrator? 

– Honestly, I didn’t have any aim in my life when I was young. But whatever I was interested in doing, I always wanted to do something original. I always wanted to be someone irreplaceable.
My first job was with an EP album art design for Alobo Naga and the Band. I knew them since some time back and they reached out to me for their work.

 

Inspiro India: Five things you like other than illustrations?

– Guitar, reading, watching documentaries, bonfires and mountains!

©Moanungsang Lemtur

 

Inspiro India: What advice would you as an artist give to other creative heads out there? And Some creative tips you’d like to share?

– Don’t be one of those cliché art school kids who consider oneself above the idea of art as a commodity. Take up commercial work as well as design work.
Do the band’s poster for 500 rupees and a six-pack. Do whatever it takes to be able to call yourself a working artist. It’s a noble title, regardless of the particulars!

 

 

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29 March 2017

Blogger of the Week : Anupriya Kapur

The immense love and support from you ‘Creative Heads’ have been surreal over the past few years. Inspiro India wishes to grow with the growing population of ‘#inspiroindia‘. We’re continuously working to bring great content to anyone and everyone following us on various platforms.

This year we present to you, an all new feature presenting ‘The Blogger of the Week’.

 

Anupriya Kapur is a mother, content writer and a full-time blogger. She believes in inspiring women to take care of their well-being which is also her passion. She blogs about everything ranging from women, fitness, baking, running, CrossFit, parenting, body image issues and anything that speaks to her heart.

 

Anupriya Kapur

 

Kapur first started blogging when she was going through depression, writing and sharing was a way to heal herself. ‘I just had one thought in my mind, if it helps even one person, then it’s worth it!’, says Anupriya.

 

What sets her blog apart is clearly visible, she writes about not so openly talked about topics such as ‘whether to run during your periods or not?’, ‘kegel exercises’ and some other topics which aren’t talked about by bloggers that frequently!

 

The blogger strongly believes in blogging for a higher purpose than just earning a basic livelihood. The blog gave her an outlet to help and touch peoples’ lives which she wouldn’t have been able to achieve otherwise.

 

Her style steals hints from honesty and simplicity, it also sometimes comes straight from the heart. Inspiration is drawn from every single person she meets, she believes there is good in everyone and everyone’s way of handling life and struggles inspires her even more!

 

 

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©Arun Bhardwaj

©Aman Chotani

 

Her blog ‘Mom On The Run‘ is quite literal as well as metaphorical in meaning, ‘I’m a mother who loves to run and a mother who is always on the run given the multitasking she needs to do’, says Anupriya.

She uses an SLR and Huawei P9 plus phone for her photos for the blog. Followed by a mixed audience, people aged 20-45 years both men and women love to read what she blogs about.

 

Kapur wishes to continue blogging in the future and work on issues she cares about.

The ‘Mom On The Run’ advises the readers as well as soon to be bloggers to find their niche and to concentrate on the quality of the content rather than just quantity for their blogs!

 

©Abhinav Chandel

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©Anupriya Kapur

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Blog | Photography

28 March 2017

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Magnificent Jaipur – A pictorial Journey

Chirag Sadhnani is a young aspiring artist from Mumbai, India. He first developed a taste for photography in school and has since decided to pursue his dream professionally. The journey began with capturing people in real life settings. Over the years he has found himself travelling long distances in search of photographic freedom, looking to implant new ideas and possibilities into his visual work.

Venturing into little-known places has brought its own set of adventures and lifestyles which he wishes to share with the world by capturing photos. The photo series which started taking shape two months prior to the actual shoot, giving enough time to set timings and locations. He worked with a blogger from Dubai and chose Jaipur  as the location because of endless frame opportunities in every nook and corner of the city.

‘It is spectacular and magnificent in every way, not to forget the element of lifestyle in the background as well’, says the photographer. The whole series took him around 3 days to shoot and about a week to process the files. Chirag used a mirrorless camera by Sony, a DSLR, a wide lens as well as a prime lens for this photo series. He then processed the pictures in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom and Color Efex Pro. Sadhnani finds inspiration almost every day, thanks to Instagram! Few of his favourites are Chris Burkard, Alex Strohl, Elia Locardi, Rory Kramer, Sam Kolder and Neal Howland.

Photography is more than just the perfect shot, ‘It is an experiential release of immersing myself in the beauty of what I see with my eyes!’, says Chirag Sadhnani.

  Photo Series by ©Chirag Sadhnani

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Blog | Inspiration

25 March 2017

iidailyinspiration #111

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22 March 2017

Blogger of the Week : Aditya Madiraju

The immense love and support from you ‘Creative Heads’ have been surreal over the past few years. Inspiro India wishes to grow with the growing population of ‘#inspiroindia‘. We’re continuously working to bring great content to anyone and everyone following us on various platforms.

This year we present to you, an all new feature presenting ‘The Blogger of the Week’.

 

Aditya Madiraju has always had the passion for dance and paintings, he grew up in New Delhi and ultimately moved to the US for his studies. Even though he works as an IT employee, his passion for art is what fuels the creative head’s spirit and soul!

Aditya Madiraju

 

Aditya’s blog is all about his personal fashion and lifestyle. The world of style is yet to be explored for this creative mind but he can definitely eye men who struggle with clothing, walking through the streets of New York City. He believes men don’t really understand or pay enough attention to accessorising, which he feels ‘makes or breaks an outfit’.

Through his blog, Aditya wants to explore more of what’s current in the New York City and what it means to be a ‘brown boy’ in New York! One can absolutely see glimpses of his love for dance and photography that also eventually influence his way of clothing himself.

 

With plenty of blogs out there, what makes a blog different and appealing to a set of masses is a great deal, where blogging is picking up more and more as a profession than just a hobby. His blog is very personal as he writes only about the things he loves doing, it is obviously not about buying new clothes or keeping up with celebrity styles! ‘It’s all about reinventing what you already have in your closet to reflect what you are doing or feeling that day’, says Madiraju.

The blog combines his everyday wardrobe with the activities he does, whether he is going to work, grabbing a meal with his friends or exploring the city.  He also feels the need to associate himself with any Indian guy living in the US. ‘Our sense of style ought to be different as we bring one culture to another’, says Aditya Madiraju.

 

 

 

Aditya’s style is ‘Relaxed and Rebellious’! One can find him in a white shirt, blue jeans and sneakers. The only thing that will stand out is his use of collar pins or the sleeve roll-up pins in his outfits. He believes in incorporating something unique or new in everyday look, one should never try too hard, says Aditya. ‘It should be effortless’.

 

The young blogger also draws his inspiration from ‘Mariano Di Vaio’, a very famous Italian blogger. He is also inspired by linen and denim clothing and owns several pieces in both the fabrics!

 

A newbie in the blogging world, he has received great feedback from people all around. It has been only a month for Aditya but he always wanted to share his fashion sense with the world. Although he had harboured the thought to start a blog for the past 5 years, spending around 45% of his paycheque on clothes, it hit him how potential worthy his closet was!

Starting his journey by uploading only a picture or two per week has now turned into his own website. ‘I believe in baby steps, but once in a while, a giant leap does help!’

 

Blogging is not only taking high-quality pictures or writing well, networking and building relationships with people are equally important, says the creative blogger.

One also needs time, patience, a unique perspective, and a positive attitude. It takes years for bloggers to establish themselves but large platforms can, fortunately, give a huge boost as well!

The blog focuses on targeting men between the ages of 25 to 45, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t connect with people of other age groups or gender. In fact, he has a great female audience who visit his social media in search of something for their boyfriends or husbands.

 

 

He also plans to feature female bloggers and noteworthy personalities on his website very soon. ‘Styling and blogging are an art and art does not discriminate!’.

Aditya wants his audience to remember him by his real name as the blog is the reflection of his lifestyle hence, www.adityamadiraju.com as the blog name! What is interesting is his Instagram handle ‘@mad_adiyoo’, it is a cut and cross derivate of his name.

 

Aditya wishes to be recognised for the skill set he has and having a strong voice and presence, to make an impact. He does admit he wants to be famous, ‘who doesn’t want to?’ says Madiraju! He also wants to launch new sections in my blog talking about ‘brown folks’ in the US and upcoming artists, anything which can connect him to new and interesting people!

 

The blog features photos shot by a very well known professional photographer in New York, Shravya Kag (Instagram @saxophonestorie). Other than that, he uses his iPhone 7 to get very creative and artistic photos for the blog.

On asking him what he’d like to tell the readers as well as aspiring bloggers, Aditya says, one should definitely get inspired and incorporate the looks they see online in their wardrobe. A lot of people read articles but they are still a little scared to try things at home. One should take the information from others and find one’s sense of style. As for creative heads who’d like to start blogging, he says, ‘Take it easy and do not stress, if you enjoy what you are doing, it will always work and the moment you feel stressed, re-evaluate your approach and start again. You have to have thick skin to be in this game!’

 

©Aditya Madiraju

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19 March 2017

Best of February’17 | #inspiroindia

Greetings,

We’d like you to know that Inspiro India is receiving immense love and support from you ‘Creative Heads’ out there.

In the wake of the phenomenal usage of the ‘Inspiro India’ hashtag, we have a created a new section, ‘Best Pictures of the Month’.

Here are the Best Pictures from the month of February!

(The pictures are not in any supposed order. To get featured in the next month, use hashtag #inspiroindia)

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©Jassi Oberai
©Nisarg Gandhi
©Ankit Kumar
©Navin Kr. Vatsa

 

©Tanmoy Kayesen
©Jagjit Singh

 

©Sambit
©Harshit Kishnani

 

©Kasturi Mukherjee
©Aaditya Singh

 

©Yushboay
©Raksha

 

©Saurav R Nair
©Dwij

 

©Shiyaaas
©Karan

 

©Aniket Nag
©Sammogyurmet

 

©Bhagyesh Patel
©Abhilash Baishya

 

©Shyamolie Katyal
©Sudeep Agalgaonkar

 

©Kartikeye
©Ujjal Kumar Das

 

©Ankit Vijay
©Sanjoy Sengupta

 

©Paras Rathod
©Navaneeth Kishor

 

©Apoorva Chouhan
©Siddhi Bhanage

 

©Roshan Singh
©Divyesh Vadgama

 

©Arjun J Bhatnagar
©Shivani Javeri

 

©Upasana Malik

 

©Adarsh Rathod

 

©Abhishek Singh Rawat

 

©Monojit Mondal

 

©Rajni Jain

 

©Atul Nahata

 

©Varun Rathnakar

 

©Nirman Saini

 

©Arnab Deka

 

 

©Niharika Sonavane

 

 

©Kazim

 

©Sourav Paul

 

©Rakesh Saha

 

©Archita

 

©Sukriti Dubey

 

©Charmi Mehta

 

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17 March 2017

Creative Head of the week : Akash Negi

Akash Negi, the photographer to whom photography came as a realisation while scrolling down Instagram, lives in Nagpur and is presently pursuing engineering. It was almost three years ago when he shifted to Nagpur. When he was new to Instagram, he used to upload selfies only. Later, he came across some really good Indian photographers and admired their work, but all he had was a cell phone. That’s when he thought “Can I click good pictures without any professional camera?”

 

Akash Negi

 

Eventually, he started trying ‘cell phone only photography’. He uses a phone which costs less than 15000 INR, so there’s no high-end equipment involved. When shooting with a mobile you have to take the perfect frame, there’s no scope of cropping the photo as the quality degrades, says Akash.

 

People say it’s very easy shooting with a phone, on the contrary Akash believes that it needs a lot of precision and hard work. The pictures he clicks are never pre-planned. He has immense love for long exposure shots that are spontaneously composed at the location only. People appreciating his work and asking him to help out with phone photography drives him to create more and he makes sure that he never misses out on any of the Direct Messages he receives. The whole Instagram community inspires him. His favourite accounts being @brandonwoelfel, @bryanadamc and @achalmishra.

The Tool Kit, Equipment and Softwares he uses are phone based, for clicking, YU Yureka and Nubia Z9 mini. Nubia Z9 mini has a fully manual camera, he then processes the pictures using phone apps like Snapseed, VSCO, PicsArt and Polarr. He has recently started using Adobe Lightroom.

 

©Akash Negi

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Blog | Travel

13 March 2017

Traveller of the Week : Shramona Poddar

Somewhere in the hills today,
The giggly clouds gushed in,
To stumble upon the trees
Of different shapes and sizes
Swaying in the same direction
Of the wistful wind
That came by
To eye the giggly clouds.

Oh what a gorgeous orange love triangle it was.

– Shramona Poddar


Shramona Poddar likes to identify herself as a part-time traveller and a full-time dreamer, she spends most of her time eating, doodling, travelling, dreaming and storytelling. The 23-year-old strongly believes in living in the moment and wishes to travel as much as she can ‘because you never know when one might die’, says the young traveller. A dog and kid lover, she still finds it tough in deciding what she loves more, the mountains or the sea?

 

Shramona Poddar

 

Her motivation for travelling comes from living in the small town Chandannagar, 35 km away from Kolkata, where she used to climb the trees as a kid, fishing, running and playing in open fields looking at the blue sky. Though she never understood as a child why she loved all this, everything was clear once she had a sudden urge to travel in college. Once out of college, she saved enough for the travels, convinced her parents and made her first solo trip to McLeod Ganj in 2013. Nonetheless, the first trip changed her completely, the experience she gained was life changing as she had to make her own decisions and was responsible for herself completely.

Shramona loves solo travelling but that’s not the only way she’d like to travel. She has a particular way of travelling where she’d like to stay with the locals and travel in public transportation eliminating the need to spend tonnes on car travels. She wouldn’t mind travelling with someone who’d travel the same way as her! Poddar says people are surprised when they see her having such a grown up attitude, she says everything comes from the travels she has made solely. Her solo trips involve planning, she does agree she has some apprehensions and makes sure her place to stay are safe well in advance. She makes sure she enjoys whatever she sees, going to see a sunset and staying there for a while is what she calls spontaneous.

 

 

Chitkul, Kinnaur

Almora, Uttarakhand

Munsiyari, Uttarakhand

Kashmir

Mandalpatti, Coorg

Jalori Pas

on my way to Nubra Vallley

 

Shramona wants to travel full time in the future but she still has parents to be convinced and understands the fact our parents do not come from the same ideology. Travel money doesn’t come easy as well. The traveller has worked two jobs in Mumbai, not to forget to freelance all the while taking care of household expenses in the metropolitan. She still continues to do the same by doing away with unnecessary expenses for the love of travelling.

 

Miss Poddar does not enjoy a 9 to 5 routine, rather than cribbing about things she decided to quit her job and travel for at least 3 months. Last year on her birthday in September she travelled to Mussoorie after quitting her job. The courageous woman has battled cold, heated food in the Sun, sung songs in the dark just so that she isn’t scared or lonely and has learnt a lot in the process. Shifting from 9 to 5 may not be easy but it’s all worth it in the end, says Shramona.

 

She says ‘one can find glitter from garbage’ and does not believe in having any favourite place out of all the travels she has made! Her 5 must haves would be pepper spray, a good pair of comfortable shoes, a good scarf for cold and hot weather, willingness to travel without expectations and be able to deal with the situation. Lastly, to ‘be kind’ which would help you in meeting with people. A smile to strangers on your way to travel goes a long way!

 

Shramona enjoys meeting new people and leaves a part of her heart wherever she goes, she has friends ranging from a 5-year-old kid to an 80-year-old elderly! Moreover, she loves the fact no one knows her, a sense of unfamiliarity excites her. To have a slow life is what she wants to incorporate into her daily life, the birds flying, leaves moving, the beauty of travelling is forever intriguing to the young traveller.

 

One life lesson she has learnt is to be ready for any situation that comes your way, to be able to act confident to handle things a certain way when things go south is a must!

 

 

Images by ©Shramona Poddar

 

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