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“I Try To Work With a No-Waste Ideology”- Antara Mukherji on the #6FrameStoryChallenge

  • February 12, 2015
  • Maya
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Here’s another set of lovely illustrations! Antara’s distinctive style has us floored. We adore the chickenpox-infested dinosaur. What’s more adorable is the fact that she created these with her 5-year-old son! We are touched by the responses so far, and when we hear that little kiddies have contributed to this challenge, it always warms our hearts.

“There is an interesting story about the characters. My 5-year-old son drew few squiggly lines and as he talked about them, together we came up with the dinosaurs named ‘Boku’ and the magician named ‘Bora’ since I try to work with a ‘no waste’ ideology. No fresh/new paper or stationery was harmed while making these frames.”

(Antara Mukherji is from Bangalore and works as an illustrator/artist. You can follow her work by following her blog or Facebook page.)

Read the other interviews by illustrators who took the challenge:
If you missed the #6FrameStoryChallenge, but are inspired by the work of fellow illustrators and want to contribute to the open source story platform – do send us your stories! Story guidelines are available here.

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