#MakersWeLove: TheBigFatMinimalist

Aniruddh Mehta, a.k.a. The Big Fat Minimalist is one of those artists, whose work titillates your eyes and tickles your brain. His artwork is an intriguing blend of shapes, colors and lines. Let's take a look.

Aniruddh Mehta, a.k.a. The Big Fat Minimalist is one of those artists, whose work titillates your eyes and tickles your brain. His artwork is an intriguing blend of shapes, colors and lines. Raised in Mumbai, a city bogged down by the flurry and hubbub, he uses his art to escape from it all. “Art is space”, says Aniruddh, who explains his take on art.

“Not so big, not so fat”, is what his bio on Instagram reads. He is an eccentric and eclectic artist and his work is a confluence of chunky shapes, rich tones and abstract line work. He uses his art to give him “room to breathe”, in this city that is constantly swarming. Influenced by “Techno Mandala”, his pieces are open to interpretation, based on the viewer. He designs commercially too and has converted his designs into t-shirts. And we’re extremely impressed by the way he illustrates.

Follow him on Instagram to stay updated on his cool and quirky artwork.

Vinita Daga

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