The INDERNET exhibition was organised as part of the India-Cologne Week celebration in Germany from June 2 – June 9. It features graphic works by 34 Indian and India inspired creatives who use the internet as an instrument and stage at the same time.
At Kulture Shop, we believe design is for everyone. As a collective of leading Indian graphic designers, we’re opening our doors to collaborate with interesting brands, studios, innovators, agencies, and mad scientists. Through CO-LAB , our mission is to create unique work for a wide range of design experiences with our ever-evolving talent pool and […]
Kulture Shop teams up with Audiogyan to bring in-depth interviews to what our Indian graphic artists are up to right now- Through riveting conversations of India’s brightest, creative minds across a wide variety of creative disciplines.
KopyCat is a community-driven platform for artist and designers to highlight any copyright infringement or plagiarism of their original artworks. KopyCat is a Kulture Shop initiative to #SupportTheArtist. Know Your Rights is the first in a series of events. Thanks to Desai & Partners for their support.
Kulture Shop is looking for a Communications Designer to ramp up the visual identity and communications of the Kulture Shop brand. We are looking for a multi-talented young go-getter, hungry to show off their skills in motion graphics and art direction.
Kulture Shop in Kala Ghoda is a visual and sub culture hub. Hosting talks, exhibits & creative mixers every month in its modular space. For the Music Theme, seven Kulture Shop artists made a typographic art piece that represented the subculture of their favorite music genre.
We’re excited to reveal 3 new up & coming artists added to the platform, plus 40 new artworks covering a range of illustration, graphic design, typography & mixed media. Read on to check out the rising curated talent!
Music genres are about so much more than the music – they soak up a wealth of subcultures with unique fashion, art, sounds, slang, and personalities. Through this theme Kulture Shop artists look to create a typographic mark loaded with symbolism and history, representing jazz, blues, hip hop, dub, indie rock, and metal.