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PosterGully Artist Interview: Rachit Tank

Rachit Tank

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Q. How would you best describe your style of artwork?

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I take inspiration from my surroundings – Movies, TV shows, POP culture, Gaming excite me the most.  Mixing these with little dosage of humor and satire is what I do. I am still very young to design but the few years I have spent making posters and other design, I made both minimal and full illustrated designs.

 

Q. What tools do you use for you artwork?

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I use sketch book, diary, graphite pencils, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop

 

Q. Personal view and market trends sometimes differ from each other. DO you use personal interpretation like the art that satisfy your senses or you like to do work according to market trends?

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I run a little Facebook page called Paneer Pixel Masala with two of my friends from Jaipur (Padmanabh and Meghna) where we post our artworks and other random things on the page. So while most of the time it is what we like and follow but sometimes trends do play a role in what is to be made next.

 

Q. What is your design process like; from where do you start your work?

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I usually get ideas in unusual places so for initial ideation and making rough sketches I use my sketch book. Then I play around with the concept on paper and soon I find myself watching a YouTube video. After I am done procrastinating I take a picture of the final design import it in illustrator and then use the software to create the artwork or the design from scratch.

 

Q. How did you get into graphic design/illustration?

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My parents and elder brother were good at drawing so I had exposure to it at a very young age and Drawing was almost a daily habit in classroom like every child I drew everywhere in class- The table , chair , book cover, behind notebooks. But the actual journey in design started with me searching “How to create your own cricket team” in class 8th and discovering a cricket forum online which had these banner design competitions. The entries made me curious as to how people did that. How there was a trophy from another image on some random background and that is How I met your mot…*clears throat* Photoshop. Later came all the other software from adobe creative suite. Then I started reading and watching blogs, videos etc related to design. Also I am glad I never stopped sketching on paper, the paper and pen/pencil still plays a major part in the creation of any artwork I make.

 

Q. What do you do when not working?

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I am in first year at MIT institute of design and for me Work means College assignments, so when I am not working I make artworks or do freelance work. But if I want to completely relax I turn on my dubstep playlist and dance.

 

Q. What keeps you inspired?

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My surrounding, as I said earlier and also the fact that there are people doing way better work than me

 

Q. Do you remember the moment when the idea of becoming an artist struck you?

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My career choices in chronological order is Pilot>painter>artist>Masters in computer science>Animator>Graphic Design. That is all I remember

 

Q. Do you have any advice for young designers?

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I just turned 20 this January so technically even I fall into the category of young designers, but for people even younger than me just have fun, do not copy

 

Q. 1 aspect of design you value the most?

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I love that it requires very less math

 

Q. 1 font you use the most

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I am not ashamed to say this but Arial and my recent love corbel

 

Q. 1 design-related book you would recommend every budding designer?

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I have not read any, yet

Q. 1 Design magazine you can’t do without?

I usually check abduzeedo.

 

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Top 5 Famous Paan Shops In Delhi

Bhaiya laga dena ek meetha…Paan is extremely famous in India. Here you can find a great number of tangs in Paan and each one is tastier than the other.

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In this article we will talk about the Top 5 Famous Paan Shops In Delhi where you can enjoy some of the best Paans:

 

1. Pandey’s paan shopNorth Avenue, New Delhi-01)

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You will be shocked to listen that they are the official suppliers of paan to the Obama’s House. Maa kasam they have also served special paan to former US presidents George Bush and Bill Clinton alongwith many popular bollywood celebrities. Strawberry, Wild Blueberry, Custard Apple, Black forest, Fresh Fruit, roasted cashew, arey bhai these are not the flavors of ice cream or any dish. In fact they are the different varieties of paan that are served here. Hai na mast!

 

2. Prince Paan & Chaat Corner ( 29, M Block Market, Greater Kailash I, New Delhi-48)

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Here you can find royally wrapped Paans that will force you to say those loving alphabets: Waooh! They are not like other nukkad paanwalas, they work for the high profile star-studded weddings of Bollywood. Chahe khud puch lo!

 

3. Basant Paan Bhandar (Near Mushaddi Chowk, Sarai Kale Khan, Nizamuddin)

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Shop is in Niamuddin and I am sure you will love this place.  In the first look you may feel like the other street shops but believe me the Paan you get here will offer the best feeling of the world.

 

4. Yamu’s Panchayat (7 R-Block Market, Part I, Greater Kailash, New Delhi-48)

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This Paan Palace is run by some girls and here you will get the chance to eat some nawabi style paans like Khwab, Mehfil-e-Khaas, Aadab & Shararat. May be it seem to be a little pricey but believe me jaisa daam vaisa kaam.

 

5. Garib Paan Bhandaar (Near Shangri-La-Hotel, Staff Gate, Janpath, New Delhi-01)

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Try a Chocolate Paan! Sachhi they are known for making yummy Chocolate Paan. You can find this ultimate place at Janpath. And please check out this place alone not with your GF…faaltu mai kharcha ho jaayega.

 

Whether you like it or not, but you must taste the awesomeness of these places. I am sure you will become habitual to its fantastic taste. So tension ni lena ka…bas paan chabaane ka…and share karne ka

Top 8 Bollywood Directors Of This Present Era

Sound- Camera-Action…yeah we are talking about directors. If you think directing an Indian film is the simplest job then you must think again. As this job involves experience, skill, talent and the most important thing ‘luck’!

Check out the list of top 10 bollywood directors of this present era:

8. Rohit Shetty

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He is behind the best bollywood hits like Golmaal, Golmaal Returns, Golmaal 3, Singham, Singham Returns, Bol Bachchan and Chennai Express. Today his films are among the highest grossing Bollywood films worldwide and he was also nominated for this as Filmfare Award for Best Director.

7. Ashutosh Gowariker

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He is an actor, writer, producer and a brilliant director. He is reckoned among the best India’s elite directors. He is known for movies like What’s Your Raashee, Jodhaa Akbar, Swades and Pehla Nasha.

6. Milan Luthria

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Milan Luthria is son of well-known film director and producer Raj Khosla. His popular movies are The Dirty Picture (2011), Once Upon a Time in Mumbai (2010) and Taxi Number 9211 . He made his debut with Kachche Dhaage in 1999.

5. Imtiaz Ali

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Imtiaz Ali is known for making ‘out of box’ kind of movie. He is among the very few directors who have achieved both commercial and hardcore field success.

4. Mohit Suri

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Mohit Suri has delivered successful films like Kalyug , Awarapan and Aashiqui 2. With each of his films, he has always raised a bar for him that’s why audience always expects best content from him.

3. Vishal Bhardwaj

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He is known for his classic modern films like Haider, Omkara, Kaminey and much more. He also won four National Film Awards for his amazing work.

2. Rajkumar Hirani

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Munna Bhai MBBS, Lage Raho Munnabhai, 3 Idiots and PK…yeah he is behind these awesome movies. Rajkumar Hirani is also a National Award and Filmfare Award winning Indian filmmaker.

1. Anurag Kashyap

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Flimfare Award and Star Screen Award winner Anurag Kashyap is one of the most versatile and creative filmmakers in Indian cinema. Dev D, Gulaal, Gangs Of Wasseypur, Ugly and much more, simply means he is just fantastic.

Note: The above list is prepared in random order.

Missed out someone? Suggest us in the comment section, we are waiting. Don’t forget to share if you are hardcore fan of bollywood.

Top 8 Types Of Friends We All Have In Our Life

In this article you will get to know about the 8 types of friends we all have in our life but we don’t notice them often.

 

1. Attention seeker

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They are loud and always try to become center of attraction with their stupid n shitty things. Believe it or not but they are actually a good time-pass.

 

2. Adventurer

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These persons will not allow you to sit quietly at single place. Adventure is in their blood and you feel it whenever they accompany you.

 

3. Chep neighbor friends

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They will follow you until your last breath. It’s just namumkin to hide from their eagle eyes. Even while pooping, they don’t forget to comment: abbey kya khaya tha raat ko!

 

4. Mr. Talker

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Talk, talk n talk! The main objective of their birth is talk. What they want to do in their life-talk. What are they dreaming-talk. Simply means bheja fry for you so bachkar rehna!

 

5. Filmykeeda

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They have the power to turn their simple actions into a classic palang-todd move. A ticket to bollywood- yeah that’s their ambition in life.

 

6. Workaholic

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They work excessively hard and for long hours. Sound very boring…but that’s true man. Party, night-out, picnic…all these are like alien words to him.

 

7. Fashionista

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No matter how good you dressed up, but they will always look better and make you feel like student from Sarkari School.

 

8. The late lateef

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They are always late and remain late-lateef throughout their life. The reason is not that they are busy, but the truth is that they are actually following a saying “bade log baad mai hi aate hai

 

Liked it??? To share kar na pagle! Any other type that you have in your mind, just share it right below in the comment section, we are waiting…

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