Artist member since 2021
Atharva Jadhav is an artist from Mumbai, India. Growing up, he watched a lot of western cartoons and used to make notebook based games based on those cartoons for his school friends.He found himself doing it during his free time too, as a means to escape boredom. Soon he was introduced to the concept of making comics, and well he made some short stories but got engrossed in the art of faces especially the ones in cartoons like ‘Ben10’. Soon he found himself coming up with stories in his head. His notebooks were full of drawings. As he grew up his inﬂuences were quite clear in his notebooks, the faces progressed from cartoons to manga, his main inﬂuence was ‘Naruto’ and then ‘Berserk’. The black and white sketch drawings of Japanese manga really caught his eye.He worked as an assistant director for the Bollywood movie ‘Banjo’ and made his ﬁrst short ﬁlm at the age of 16. He was really split on whether he wanted to be a ﬁlmmaker or a ﬁne artist or a commercial artist. After completing high school he did one year of graphic design at Ecole.Intuit Lab, he pursued the digital futures course oﬀered by OCAD University in Toronto, Canada. He was extremely interested in what the course oﬀered, a whole new world of art and technology coming together. He has worked on several generative art projects at OCAD University and is looking forward to work in the ﬁeld of visual arts.
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