The innate desire to design is our driving force. At Inkline, we believe, today an artist can no longer remain confined to a particular area and collaboration becomes a vital process to prevent self-indulgence and stagnation. The Inkline is all about supporting each other as artists and expanding one’s canvas.
The Inkline is a professional design netwrok. By professional, we mean business, quality & services desired by our current / future clients and by network, we mean the way we work / collaborate / interact as artists. The idea is to work in a more democratic / socialistic fashion to generate a vibrant and engaging ambience but off course, without despising the positive and necessary accepts of capitalism to run a business.
Post Graduate from National School of Drama,
Self-Taught Web Designer & Developer.
I always had an inclination towards fine arts and before taking up acting as a full time profession, I tried for different art school but obviously didn’t get through. You can say I wasn’t lucky enough or didn’t take it seriously at that time. Later in the process of designing stuff like poster, brochures etc. for theatre productions, I realised that this inclination towards fine arts didn’t die so i decided to do something about it. I started learning web designing and coding in the summer of 2008 and by end of 2009 I learnt HTML & CSS and started doing some professional project. In 2009-2010, I started collaborating with other artists for website projects and that’s when the idea of Inkline came to me.
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