The new cover for our in-flight catalogue features a striking infographic that according to our art director Reshidev RK offers a ‘sneak peek behind the scenes’ at IndiGo. To the average reader, it’s a fascinating insight into the process of running a flight on schedule. Let alone all 650 of them that IndiGo operates across 39 cities!
Making a striking cover is no mean feat, so we compared what we did with the average magazine cover. How does it hold up? We’ll let you be the judge.
As the Indian Art Fair was winding down this weekend, another art project was just getting started. Titled ‘WIP’, this show brought together 100 shipping containers and 24 artists for a one-of-a-kind street art show in Asia’s largest dry port – Inland Container Depot.
Given that ex Wieden+Kennedy art director Hanif Kureshi was part of the collective behind it, we went along for the opening. We were impressed from the moment we walked in. Not only was the location unique, and one we definitely won’t find ourselves on an average Sunday afternoon, but the art was inspiring as was the general atmosphere with its mix of people that featured all ages and backgrounds.
WIP is also unique in that the artists will continue to work on-site through the month of February to produce even more artworks. Here’s a snapshot of the ones that were completed for the opening.
This piece by Reko Rennie set the tone at the entrance
Artwork by Neversaw
The main square with work from Anpu Varkey in the background
There was live music. Some of us even spotted kids dancing.
The view from the top
If you’re in Delhi at any point during February, we highly recommend a visit. More details here.