The young hidden artists of India.
written by Rajeev Prakash Khare (Fontwala) Last month was very hectic. Each weekend I was out of town but this particular visit to Uttarakhand was very special. My friend Nihar was going to visit his friend’s (also Rajeev) farmhouse in Uttarakhand and he asked me to come along. So we headed to the other Rajeev’s…
DAY ONE : Our first digital art exhibition.
Written by Shubhra Prakash Yesterday we opened our very first digital art exhibition presented by Kaleidoscope Digital Art Gallery at Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi. “Fontwala: Stone to Mobile, what remains ?” Photos above are from the first half hour of our opening on July 27 2019, 10:30 AM. Kaleidoscope Digital Art Gallery was taken…
Fontwala : Stone to Mobile, what remains ? A digital art exhibition
Written by Shubhra Prakash In 2017 I began interviewing my uncle Rajeev Prakash Khare about his work as a typographer, font designer and calligrapher. In the past two years, I have heard him recount and share with me his journey as an artist. His fascination with Indian letterforms, that began at a very young age,…
Fontwala : The Journey
written by Rajeev Prakash Khare jaisi kaee saal pehle thi,aaj bhi waisi hi haidikhne mein to bohut khoobsurat hai, parantu dikhane mein bohut kathintabhi to hindi mein nahin, yeh kavita English mein likhi gayi hai. Jaante hain kiske baare mein baat ho rahi hai ? yeh hai computer par hindi typing ka anubhav.