Nishant is a perpetual chiller stuck under the skin of an uptight wisecrack. He prefers not to succumb to modesty and often refers to himself as the ‘The Legend’, much to everyone else’s approval (or so he believes). He suffers from massive OCD and is obsessed with impeccable alignment and organization even to the extent of other people’s annoyance. He keeps himself busy through the day writing, sketching, and indulging in film and rock.
Varun has been around for centuries. He once famously painted a woman on a chair. Most of his greatest hits since have been lost to time. In 1997, a guy called Kaufman read his mind. He swings his brush regularly. He is not a real person. His batteries need frequent recharging. He is also completely unique. He wrote this piece in a couple of nanoseconds.
Ashritha is a caffeine addict, a compulsive cuber, and a staunch supporter of the oxford comma. From classics to carton boxes, she reads anything and everything, and can’t help but judge a book by its cover. Her favourite pastime is stalking readers on Goodreads and designers on Dribbble. She is downright religious about her work and lives to bring ideas to life.
Hitheshwar cannot live without his bike. In the nights you can find him exploring the streets of his city. When he is not driving, he tries to cook. He might even tell you he’s good at it, do not believe him. He spells design with a capital D. You might call him crazy when you hear his ambitious ideas, but when he delivers all you can do is stare in admiration.