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ASPaC ( Asian Students Packaging Design Competition) Tokyo

Participated at the ASPaC awards in Tokyo with three selected students from a workshop I taught at Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology. One of the students won the Suntory award.

2019, Tokyo, Japan

Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology

Visiting faculty to teach a Packaging Design workshop in collaboration with Asian Students Packaging Design Competition (ASPaC, Japan)

2019 | Bangalore, India

Invited Artist, Exhibition Designer / Curator/ Merchandise designer

2019 |  British Film Institute, London

Creative Director/Festival Designer

2019 |  Preet Nagar, Punjab, India

Festival Designer

2019 |  Rikuzentakata, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

Designer-in residence

2018 |  Rikuzentakata, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan
Creative Director
2016 - 2018 |  New Delhi, India

Invited artist
Commissioned to make a mural in the city of Carballo by the city council of Carballo, Galicia.

2014 | La Coruña, Spain

Creative Director
Artist residency run by my family for writers, researchers, photographers, artists and anyone looking to work on a project with some solo time.

2013 - Present | Preet Nagar, Amritsar, Punjab, India

Asst. Art Director

2010 - 2012 | New Delhi, India



International Impact

A festival curated by me along with Ratika Singh under Creative Interruptions (AHRC) won the international impact award at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland.


Image of Research

A picture taken as part of our Mela looking at Indian craftsmen won the runners up award at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland.



Door to Asia

Designer in Residence invited by Door to Asia with support from the Japan Foundation as the Indian representative amongst 8 Asian designers. The focus is on innovation for the Tsunami affected companies in Tohoku, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. An effort is also being made to initiate new local produce based businesses.


Carballo Street Art

Artist in Residence invited by the city council of Carballo, La Coruña, Spain


Polar Lights

Best Album Art


Fondazione Il Bisonte 

Scholarship for Printmaking


Weiden + Kennedy

Runner up, cover design for Ghosts issue




Dūje Pāse Toñ (From The Other Side): Arts across the border, from the two Punjabs.

The Reach, British Columbia, Canada



Creative Interruptions: Festival of Arts & Activism

British Film Institute, Southbank, London



Creative Interruptions x Preet Nagar Residency

Preet Nagar, Punjab, India



The Intercontinental Rollercoaster Club

Downstairs@S42, New Delhi


Come Find me 

Florence, Italy



The Attic, New Delhi


A Return to Circles

The Attic, New Delhi, India.


New Indian Film & Animation

The Guild, Mumbai, India.

La Salle, Singapore

Curated by JohnyML





Graphic Design

Web Design

Packaging Design



Product Design

Textile Design


Street Art


Book Design

Exhibition design

Festival design

Brand Strategy


Film & Video

Adobe Creative Suite


Content writing



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Process is the reward

Photo by A&Y


This video was made by my friend, neighbour, fellow creative and a gifted musician Sangram Malik of the experimental rock trio That Boy Roby. See more interviews on his channel

This video was made by the talented and lovely A&Y to document the artist residency of the International Rollercoaster Club that I organised at Uttarayan Art Centre in Baroda, India with my talented artist friends and colleagues from India, Japan, Austria and Spain - we shared an electric month of creating and sharing ideas together and Alber and Yago created this beautiful video capturing the energy of us all together working away. Also check out this little post about our residency by my friend and the amazing artist Iria Do Castello.

A lifelong student


I'm very lucky to have a handful of dear friends in Delhi who are incredibly talented musicians and wonderful chefs,  which naturally makes for a great weekend plan!

We are  Ikigai . We make music mostly on the weekends as we work on weekdays on art, design, film, photography, engineering and other varied professions. Here are some rough recordings - more in the works.

the band
I K I G A I at No. 3 Clive Road. Photo by Ratika Singh

Jamming at home with my Uncle Rahul Sharma, who was visiting us from Chicago. This is the first time we met! He's a legend of a man. He is a psychologist by day and sitar maestro and bass guitarist band with his Chicago based band Funkadesi by night.