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The Illustrations of Jasjyot Singh Hans

The illustrations of Jasjyot Singh Hans explore body positivity, fashion, and pop culture. The artist's background in animation film design also plays a role in his stylized figures, with the artist's knack for conveying movement shining in the above works. The artist's choice of canvas, elsewhere, show a spin on the domestic.

The illustrations of Jasjyot Singh Hans explore body positivity, fashion, and pop culture. The artist’s background in animation film design also plays a role in his stylized figures, with the artist’s knack for conveying movement shining in the above works. The artist’s choice of canvas, elsewhere, show a spin on the domestic.

“He’s unendingly inspired by an explosive neon mix of fashion, music and pop culture,” says Kulture Shop. “He has a constant regard for things past, and a voracity for all that is current. He loves scraping through themes of erotica, body positivity, self love and experimental fashion in his personal work. His art is witty, bold, rebellious and extensively expressive. Apart from a very distinguished style of drawing, his work is portraties can be identified with accentuated features, which promote positive body image and challenge conventional ideas of beauty.”

See more of his work below.


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