Very recently, in fact just yesterday, a dear friend of mine, a brother from another mother, did it! He quit advertising, left, arguably one of the best advertising agencies in the country, stayed home without a salary, taught himself type design and launched a retail typeface.
The typeface is called Brahmos (Devanagari)
Designed by Rocky (Hitesh Malaviya)
This is ITF Brahmos in all its goodness:
(Brahmos Latin designed by Satya Rajpurohit)
And these are some of the type specimen pieces I designed for ITF Brahmos.
Posted by ojasvi mohanty on Tuesday, 25 November 2014
A classic photo-op with the greatest import of India. Everyone, either Indian or foreigner who has visited the Taj Mahal has had a photo taken here with their loved ones. This is almost like a sepia-tinted photograph which has been digitally remastered to preserve that moment forever.
Finalist at the Absolut India Limited Edition Bottle Design contest.
Posted by ojasvi mohanty on Sunday, 23 November 2014
Excerpt from Nasreen Mohamedi: Notes – Reflections on Indian Modernism (Part 1)
For the full text, please visit: Office for Contemporary Art Norway
Posted by ojasvi mohanty on Saturday, 27 September 2014
After a phenomenal no-show at Cannes this year, Sufi Rock gets recognized and finally breaks the 'jinx' at Clio with a Silver.
Kyoorius Design Awards 2013 / Shortlist in Poster category
Envies 2014 / Internal Ogilvy Awards for Best Poster
One Show 2014 / Shortlisted in 4 categories
Best of Ogilvy 2014 / Included in the world-wide publication featuring the best work of Ogilvy from around the world
Clio 2014 / Silver in Design
Thanks to our amazing clients at Pernod Ricard India.
And for all the help and support, without which this campaign
would not see the light of the day:
Nitin Srivastava, my Creative Director,
Ankur Gupta, my Account Management partner,
Manoj Kumar Jain, Photographer
Anand Kumar, Studio Production
at Ogilvy & Mather.