About

Artists:
Deshna Mehta & Pavithra Dikshit

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Deshna is a visual artist with a passion for photography, writing and curation. After having graduated recently from the Royal College of Art in London, she moved back to India seeking to find meaningfulness and relevance of graphic design to the Indian masses through research, writing and her design practice. She works out of Mumbai and has very recently co-founded a design and publishing initiative: Anugraha which serves as a platform to encourage and undertake collaborative practices in the field of visual art, design and research. Her vision translated into Anugraha’s; determines the premise of her creative practice. ‘At Anugraha, we’d be delighted to work on anything apart from luxury brands and things that promote consumerism in general.’

http://deshnamehta.tumblr.com/
http://as-they-unfold.tumblr.com/
http://spaceiscurvednow.com/

Pavithra is a multi disciplinary designer from Mumbai, India who is horizontally parked in a lateral universe. Her belief with reference to design is all about its existence in the larger context. She is often found contemplating and obsessing over how design can help society and change the lives of people in numerous ways. She is an unabashed critic, writes poetry, devours books and has a penchant love for type and typography. She is inspired by food, stories, cultures, society at large and is keen to build a design consciousness in the Indian Society.

http://www.behance.net/PavithraDikshit
http://onlymytype.tumblr.com/

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