Sudeepti Tucker is a Delhi based Graphic Designer and Illustrator, and a recent graduate from the National Institute of Design. Her work is a lively mix of visual styles and themes that jump across music, mythology, nature and the mind. She finds herself happiest while lost in details.
Why are you a Graphic Designer?
When you’re small and parents push you to learn a whole bunch of different things, the only one I found myself eager about was art. It was much later that I was exposed to design as a professional pursuit and things fell into place. Design is largely about problem solving and visual design, while immediately suggests surface level engagement, is a much broader discipline. I suppose to sum it up, I’m a Graphic Designer because I enjoy using artistic tools in a deliberate creative manner to solve problems and communicate.