Nishant’s sketch swims The Atlantic.


Nishant Choksi’s witty work regularly turns up in The New Yorker’s online gallery and now it appears competing title The Atlantic has also falled head over (ahem) heels for his ingenious illustration.
Nishant’s  featured drawing made a direct leap from sketchbook to worldwide web after catching the eye of Atlantic’s art directors, here he describes the creative  process, ‘ I  was working on ideas that played with scale and made you do a double take. I try to create images that make you pause, laugh, think. In this case I had no editorial content to respond to. I simply though ‘Walking’, it worked for me!’.  
The lesson from Nishant? Draw, draw, draw! It all starts with a scribble… 
Jan 17, 2013 / 22 notes

Nishant’s sketch swims The Atlantic.

Nishant Choksi’s witty work regularly turns up in The New Yorker’s online gallery and now it appears competing title The Atlantic has also falled head over (ahem) heels for his ingenious illustration.

Nishant’s  featured drawing made a direct leap from sketchbook to worldwide web after catching the eye of Atlantic’s art directors, here he describes the creative  process, ‘ I  was working on ideas that played with scale and made you do a double take. I try to create images that make you pause, laugh, think. In this case I had no editorial content to respond to. I simply though ‘Walking’, it worked for me!’.  

The lesson from Nishant? Draw, draw, draw! It all starts with a scribble… 

Source: centralillustration.com

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