July 3, 2013

Sketchnotes: Sthuthi Ramesh

After snooping through the sketchbooks of illustrators, brand consultants and cartoonists, we thought that it was about time we peek into a typographer’s red diary. Graphic designer Sthuthi Ramesh gives us a sneak peek into her sketchbooks, of which many are brand new and unused, “I have lots of empty sketch books which I keep collecting and think of using for my next project. But the book/paper feels so new and crisp, I just don’t feel like ruining the book with my basic sketches. Basically I use any paper, envelope, even my palm (when there is no paper around),” she tells. But now she vouches that she does pocket a diary at all hours and despite her love for crisp papers copiously scribbles her ideas on them.

Now a graphic designer at Lothar Boehm, Hamburg, Ramesh feels that creating any piece of work is dependent on a permutation and combinations of imposed deadline, nature of project, the flow of creative juices and further adds, “At times you are stuck with one idea and the only solution is to keep sketching till you know you’ve nailed it.” Though at other times, she confesses, deadlines limit her exploration to her computer screen with design softwares.

Here, we have some of her initial explorations for her major project, Welcome, a set of experimental letters based on traditional Rangoli (decorative folk art of India), at London College of Communication. “For Welcome, the display letters project, I drew Rangoli letters in front my college entrance on the floor. This experimentation helped me push my final outcome a lot further. It definitely helps to get out of your computer screens and go explore outside,” she tells us.

Here are some of the sketches happily borrowed from her sketch book:

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