When it comes to world of art, every being who comes in its contact, is bound to get affected. Whether positive or negative, intriguing or soothing, each form of art leaves some or the other kind of mark in the viewer’s memory. With the passage of time, art tends to evolve itself and takes various forms and styles. From the classic vintage to quirky doodles, epic strokes to thoughtful shadings, the arena art forms can cover, is endless!
Today when there is a crazy amount of digital influence on almost all the art forms, it has become almost impossible to not notice it. Moreover, the huge pile of talent working from all across the country has amalgamated into a beautiful combination with the flavour of today and the essence of past years. The new generation is smitten with the art form called- Doodling. Being a self-taught doodler myself, I adore a lot of artists and have listed my favourites for you all. Read on to find out about today’s doodlers who can make your hands scribble on their own!
- Abhinav Kafare
This pile of talent is a professionally trained artist who makes beautiful wall graffiti. His illustrations let you peak into his world of experiences which are as versatile as his personality. A professional illustrator and an avid traveller, he holds the dream of capturing India and its diverse culture through his illustrations.
You can find his work here: https://www.instagram.com/abhinavkafare/?hl=en
- Kalyani Nerurkar
This curly haired beauty is a visual designer who brings her thoughts to life through doodling. From drawing on notebooks, tissues and almost any surface, she has come a long way. She is best known for her intricate designs and illustrations. Blending music and art is her forte and you can find the evidence of it in her blog where she makes beautiful pieces of art based on her favourite songs.
You can find her work here: https://www.instagram.com/doodle_riot/?hl=en
- Sirawon Khating
She is an artist, illustrator and number plate mathematician whose designs are a beautiful portrayal of flow of life. Her illustrations are visually vibrant and appealing. She is a frequent traveller and explorer and her art shows a strong influence of earthy elements. Everyday objects, instances, and experiences can be found beautifully illustrated by her on most of her social media handles.
You can find her work here: https://www.instagram.com/siravenera/
- Siddhesh Gautam
Deeply influenced by postmodernism, Siddhesh brings crude emotions to the table through his illustrations. His work on women portrays his unique approach of looking at the subjects. Bodies, things, phenomenon, politics, feelings, there is no limit to his interests. Although the color black is a strong element in most of his art pieces, he has the designing prowess with the rest of the colors too.
You can find his work here: https://www.instagram.com/bakeryproduct/
- Devarshi Gohil
She is an ardent cat lover, a super talented illustrator, and architect. Her love for illustrations is more than evident in her art pieces which blend colors and emotions in the right proportions. While her designs are simplistic yet carry the ample amount of charm. You can find a lot of quirk in her illustrations holding the delicate balance of intricacy and complexity.
You can find her work here: https://www.instagram.com/devartme/?hl=en
- Uday Vir Singh
This punny artist is all set to rule the world of Punjabi humor. His cute illustrations are deeply influenced by Punjabi lifestyle and spirituality. His simple looking illustrations are popular for carrying a subtle deep meaning of survival in this corporeal world. His wall graffiti can be seen on restaurant walls on restaurants across the country. He is an animator capable of making his place in hearts through art.
You can find his work here: https://www.instagram.com/desipun_art/
- Lavanya Naidu
She is the creator of magical doodles. Her choice of colors is so vibrant but the blend is perfect enough to be called soothing. She can make the monsters look their cute best. Her illustrations are majorly influenced by the depiction of human and animal figures. Her historical illustrations have given a new perspective to viewers about graphic illustration. Her work is sure to remind you of your childhood!
You can find her work here: https://www.instagram.com/lavanyanaidu/?hl=en
- Sonali Zohra
Sonali is an artist well known for her illustrations adorning on various books. Her art is mostly done on digital platforms and very aptly portrays the tradition with modern brush strokes. The illustrations done by her are lively and clearly portray the idea at hand. From trees to maps, animals to human figurines, birds or hills, she makes every object convey a unique message.
You can find her work here: https://www.instagram.com/danger.cat/?hl=en
- Chaitanya Tipre
Chaitanya is a concept artist who holds the prowess in making the unprecedented designs come to life. This visual artist uses colors and their blends to make a picture which speaks a thousand words. Being an automotive designer, illustrating innovative designs is his strong suit. The way he plays with colors and pencils is amusing to watch. This young illustrator seems to have seen the future of the automotive world already.
You can find his work here: https://www.instagram.com/chitraasur/
- Parvati Pillai
Parvati reciprocates the love that Mumbai has to give her in form of undeniably charming doodles. Hopelessly in love with this city, this artist creates blooming illustrations with all the colors possible. Her doodles have the touch of innocence and magic that we all sought after. Be it a festival or a bird, a horse or a king, her illustrations are sure to steal your attention!
You can find her work here: https://www.instagram.com/parvati_pillai/?hl=en
There is no end to the quest for artistic inspiration that one needs to keep going with creating art. But with so much talent lying right in front of us, I don’t think we will ever run short of motivation and awe for making art. I am a newbie doodler, if you wish to see my work, find me here https://www.instagram.com/theblackbuck_/?hl=en !