Author / Ranjit

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  • Xochipilli

    Back in October 2020, I drew a Salvador Dalí illustration in a style I not only enjoyed creating but which was very different from what I’m used to. Pattern! Having posted it…

  • The Art of Wallpaper

    Who knew that wallpaper is so interesting?   I headed over to The Art of Wallpaper – Morris & Co. exhibition at Dovecot Studios with the assumption I would be there for…

  • Aztec Warrior

    Whilst researching Frida Kahlo and the history of Mexican art, I became sidetracked by Aztec symbolism. Enamoured by the hardcore sense of self Aztec warriors embodied (albeit bloody, human-sacrificing and, let’s face…

  • 2021 Creative Round-Up

    2021: what a year!   Work Many of my clients have been forced to adjust their lives in the midst of pandemic life. Some have had no repeat funding or have unfortunately…

  • Titans

    October 2021 has been the first month since I started creative blogging that I haven’t posted anything. Ordinarily, I would have felt awful about this, but not this time! Last month was…

  • Gentle Disturbances

    Christo Vladimirov Javacheff  (1935–2020) and Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebon (1935–2009) were life partners in every way. They shared their vision with the art world through epic environmental installations – referred to by Christo…

  • The Diary of Frida Kahlo

    “All of this in order to say that Kahlo entered her box in the second tier of the theater, all of these splendors and distractions came to nought. The jangling of sumptuous…

  • A Creative Leap

    You know when an opportunity arises, and you’re scared to take it, so it almost passes you by? That happened to me this month.   As you already know, I am on…

  • This Is 40

    This month I turned 40 – AAARGH!   I’ve been on a journey to find my creative self since the beginning of this year, aiming to catch my passion for all things…