Graphic designer Hari Panicker & trained artist and interaction designer Deepti Nair begun experimenting with their unique approach to illustration and crafts in 2010. Hari & Deepti three key implemented factors in design are Paper Paint & Pixel believing ‘Paper is alive’ using cut out paper, light boxes and LED strip lights.
The experimental duo Hari & Deepti continue to personify thought-provoking narratives through their interesting animations built from paper lights. Through their work the viewer can escape into Hari & Deepti’s imagination embarking upon an adventure marked by a zenith of interactive frameworks anchored by design from clients MTV, VH1 and Nickelodeon. Invited by the United Nations to the art series for the World Humanitarian Summit 2016. The masterpiece for World Humanitarian Summit focuses on acceptance, it shows a displaced family just like the family on the other side being welcomed and given a chance to make it their home.