By Illustrator+Designer+Artist: Archan Nair
Indian artist, art director and illustrator Archan Nair has a very big client portfolio, won many awards and recognition and has a heavy web presence. But I would like to ignore all these.
I am a little biased towards self-taught people. Archan Nair is a self-developed artist. What else attracts me towards his art is obvious – colors. Amazing use and blending of colors make his illustrations an inspirational color-mine.
He captures moments and phases and create intricate work. Presenting here few creations from his personal and commercial work.
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raking aside leaves
on the background pond
I release the moon.
– A haiku by H. F. Noyes
Dry leaves between the pages started with my botany student sister years ago. This is one project which is ever going. I did it too and now my daughters have a few thick notebooks full of dry leaves and flowers.
This is what my elder daughter did for her school project – a wall hanging.
The creepers are of dried tomato plants. Orchids and bougainvillea flowers are kept as it is. The body of butterfly is made of rose leaves. The feathery wild growth (?) (on the right side) and wings of butterfly are coloured.
The wings of butterfly with their antennas are absolutely untouched-see the nature’s perfect cuts!
I can’t recognize these leaves (I mean the wings of butterfly ones). Anybody know? May be Robyn of garden rooms will be able to tell us.
This photo by Daxiang Stef – via Flickr.