Contact Form is India’s prime platform for show ticketing.The offerings have been weaved through nine illustrative styles to engage the viewer along with famous dialogues from films. We have explored nine distinct illustrative styles for each layout, to bring out the features of the famous characters. Being from different film backgrounds, from both Bollywood & Hollywood, our intent was to celebrate the impact that they have left. At one glance, anyone can identify with these characters, especially with the usage of the famous dialogues that enhance the illustrations.

Various illustrative styles developed specifically for Childline promotions and communication.

Characters illustrated for a dateless diary on the suburb of Bandra, Mumbai.

In India, we have this extended luxury of getting those odd jobs done for us. We have someone to iron our clothes, to take out the trash, to deliver the milk, to cycle us to work, and even to clean our ears. These men are our everyday superheroes who possess that extraordinary superhuman power to pamper us, and to make us more and more lazy. And they dedicate their ordinary lives to make our complex lives simpler. Lets immortalise Wala Wala!!! Illustrations of superhero characters specially done for a calendar.

With the advent of new technology, the world has come closer. Today one can easily communicate across countries using new modes of communication like social media, messaging apps and email. However, a majority of this country’s population that dwell in the rural areas are still largely dependent on the postage system. India Post has a wide network that reaches even the remotest parts of the country. Even now, a whole section of people still await the arrival of the ever-so-lovable, satchel-in-hand, khaki-clad…‘daakiya’. This calendar conceptualized, designed and illustrated for Anil Agencies + Conqueror and is a tribute to the postal institution and through visual commentary, questions the current plight of this forgotten communication system. Hey, what’s up daak?