Visual Design for Manas Mathur

The wildling sculptor Manas Mathur (alumni of Visva Bharati, Santiniketan & The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda) wanted to create a visual guide for his woodwork workshops/installations. But he was dazed & confused. And quite clueless. He staggers down to the studio.

And finds the right answer: The magnificent Jatin (graphic designer/artist)

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How to Save Water?

IMAGINE THIRST. And then reflect on our unmindful approach towards water. This approach will prove to be fatal for all life on earth. Let us find out how we can save water while we can. SAVE WATER, SAVE YOURSELF.

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Our First Fan Mail

Hi Moon,

Well, I would like to address you “Moon” and not “Arun” for the reason that you’re far away from the madding crowd in terms of imagination and design sensibility. This assertion, I assure, is not to flatter but to express a sort of genuine acknowledgment for you (as a professional) and your project; Brainpan Studio.

I have been observing Brainpan’s digital artworks for quite some time now. Today, out of curiosity, I navigated to your website, and to be frank, I felt enchanted. Now, I did not just like the innovative illustrations, thoughtful fonts, lively colors, crisp content, but also the fact that it all felt so breathable (astounding UX & UI). It was as if I was walking through some alley in downtown Paris with a featherlight straw hat on my head.

Your project conceptually and artistically is unique, really and I’m sure you know it already. What is furthermore amusing is the fact that your team seems to be enthusiastically and collectively working on building a bootstrapped project into a brand and mindfully spreading the required amount of awareness. I would heartfully appreciate if you could share this with your team and congratulatory encourage them to keep passionately working.

A Brainpan’s Fan,
Aditi Gulati