They walked the aisle

“We have to get the wedding card done. We liked what you did for the logo of the company. So we would want you to do the wedding card.” Aunty said it all in a single breath. I had no idea whether to say yes or no. With a huge project and tight deadline, I wasn’t sure if I could start another one and finish it in a short period. And one couldn’t work on a wedding card without knowing the story behind the bride and groom getting hitched. So I started pushing aunty to spill some of her ideas. With subsequent iterations over a period of few weeks, this is what I ended up making.

Current Conservation vol 7

The second year as the Managing Editor of Current Conservation Magazine led to more responsibilities yet my favourite part was interactions with the illustrators and visualising the text into illustrations. From the time the article comes in until the layout is done and ready for print – that constituted the most exciting part of my job. The typical managing editor is not responsible to do the layout and design for the magazine print but I looked forward to that bit of the publishing process.