Artist and illustrator Karan Singh has always had a passion for art and design from a young age. As a kid he loved making stuff and replicating things made on TV shows like ‘art attack’. He was also drawn to computers and technology – and went on to study interaction design in Sweden while illustrating in his spare time. It was during his final year that he realized just how much he loved illustration. He began publishing his work online and eventually got his first commission for computer arts magazine.
After University he moved to Melbourne, Australia and started working for a studio called qube
“when I have an idea and I’m constantly refining it and trying to see how I can express it in the most impactful way. I don’t know if it’s a skill as such, but rather an approach or exploration. ”
Karan Singh is an Australian artist and illustrator. While he studied interaction design, the self-taught artist has focused on visual arts and illustration for the past nine years, drawing inspiration from graphic design sensibilities and op-art minimalism. His bold and vibrant work is a playful interpretation of minimalism particularly focusing on depth and dimension through pattern and repetition.
His professional career has seen him based in a number of cities including New York, Malmö, Sydney, Melbourne and now Tokyo over a variety of disciplines ranging from art for IBM, animations for the band OK Go, textiles for Heineken and a typeface for The Designers Foundry.