An illustration series that’s questioning our identities in this dominating global culture.

Ranganath Krishnamani is a designer and illustrator who lives and works in Bangalore, India. He has recently created this illustration series with the aim of questioning our identities in this dominating global culture. The series features common scenes on most streets in India. Far away from urbanization and Western pop culture, these hardworking people still belong to the streetscapes of India. Just have a look at the images below. For more, please visit Ranganath Krishnamani’s portfolio.

Charming yet understated flower sellers.
Charming yet understated flower sellers, ubiquitous to Indian streets
Custom-made Indian street fashion.
Custom-made Indian street fashion.
Hardworking dhobi going about his daily chore.
The hardworking dhobi is going about his daily limits, helping hundreds of households in India to look good every day.
Modest hairdresser on Indian's streets.
The modest hairdressers on Indian’s streets styling several faces every day.
Outlook about the world.
He believes in a certainty of our future.
Tea by the meter.
Tea by the meter, The measure of a good beverage in South India is often a matter of time, length, and skills.

All images © by Ranganath Krishnamani. I recommend you to have a look at our Illustration category to find other creative work produced by talented illustrators from all over the world. WE AND THE COLOR is your source for the daily dose of creative inspiration!


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