Love affair with colour

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Size : 27 X 38 X 4 in | 68.6 X 96.5 X 10.2 cm
Medium : Mixed Media on Wood
Style : Art Deco
Created in : 2019
Sold by : Artist
Surface : Plyboard Box
Lot No : MA280663
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About Artist

I have worked for several advertising agencies like Nexus Equity, Enterprise Nexus, Redifussion, to name a few. Worked on major brands in India like Raymond, Park Avenue, Airtel, NECC, Tata Group, Taj Hotel, Killer Jeans, Colgate, The Times of India, Citibank, Tetley, Thomson, Zee TV, BigRock, Infosys, Reid & Tailor, etc. Started my career as an art director with the iconic 'Colgate-strong teeth' and 'Daikin air-conditioner' campaigns, and have been the driving force behind some of the most talked about campaigns in the industry over the years. With a career spanning over 23 years, i have worked with almost every top agency in India and has won over 84 metals at award shows like Cannes Lions, One Show, The New York Festival, Kyoorius, Goa Fest Awards and others. I have recently worked for Spenta Builders, P.N. Gadgil & Sons and Varuna Di Jani Jewellers and have won silvers at Kyoorius and Goa Fest in the Illustration and Graphic Design category. Today, aside from being one of the Senior Art Directors at ideas@work. And i work for public services like 'See What They See', an initiative for blind children, and projects for reputed brands such as Lawrence & Mayo.

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Bombain Resurgence is inspired by the tales tucked away in the alleys and streets of a city lost in time. come take a stroll down the bylanes of history. Discover the stories tucked away in cups of irani chai, matinee shows at maratha mandir, chor bazaar's treasure chests and the fisherwomen's calls at sasson dock. witness them unravel in layers. Gather in the afterflow of street lamps at dusk and remember the old city the Portugese lovingly called Bombaim.