Sometimes the word ‘Gorgeous’ can be an understatement! Stunning Cuteness overloaded! I’m beginning to fall short of words to describe Sanjay’s Incredible Work. I’ve seen millions of Illustrations of the Hindu Deities but nothing matches the pure and child like Illustrations of Sanjay Patel, Storyboard artist and animator, Pixar Studios. Sanjay has worked in Many Pixar Movies including the Ratatouille, which I must’ve seen a dozen of times. Sanjay’s family had moved from Gujrat, India in the early 1980’s and settled in US. I happened to see his brilliant story book “The Little Book of Hindu Deities” and stumbled upon this great artists work. Simply Brilliant use of vector imagery to create a modern graphic aesthetic for this great ancient mythology. I’m sure all you Indians out there can relate to these pictures and also make sure you buy both his books and dont miss it. Its a visual treat and a collectible for sure! Do let me know your views at the comments section below.
The Little Book of Hindu Deities
With dozens of gods and goddesses (and one sacred stone), The Little Book of Hindu Deities is chock-full of monsters, demons, noble warriors, and divine divas. Find out why Ganesha has an elephant’s head (his father cut it off!), why Kali, the Goddess of Time, is known as “The Black One” (she’s a bit goth), and what Hare Krishna really means.
Ramayana, The Devine Loophole.
The Ramayana features a graphic retelling with more than 100 vibrant and whimsical illustrations, as well as sketches of the work in progress, maps, and a detailed glossary of the cast of characters demons, gods, animals, and humans who make up this epic story.