Hampi – On an artist’s canvas

Hampi is not just a photographer’s paradise, but it has served as a muse for several artists. The ruins and the landscapes offer a great opportunity for artists to create live sketches at this World Heritage Site. One such illustrator is Jayesh Sivan. Few years ago, during one of his visits to Hampi, he indulged in some pencil sketches and paintings. Take a look at some of his wonderful work (with his permission) here:

 

Hampi on an artist's canvas
Hampi cannot be drawn without the boulders

Jayesh Sivan is an illustrator and designer based out of Bangalore City, India.

Sketch of the Vittala Temple
The famous chariot of the Vittala Temple

He graduated with an M.A. in Illustration from University For The Creative Arts UK.

The view from inside
A view from Inside the temple

He has worked on projects ranging from Illustration, Graphic Design and Information graphics.

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A very “Hampi” portrayal
He is also a visiting tutor at the prestigious NIFT Bangalore and Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology.
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A black and white sketch of the Temple

 

You can find more of his lovely work here.

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