Mrigya Varma is a graphic designer and a digital artist from Delhi, currently pursuing her final year in Graphic design at Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore. Mrigya creates amazing artworks on her Instagram account @mrigyaavarma centered around hip-hop and culture. In this episode — we talked about Mrigya's journey as a designer, was attending a design college worth it?, how Srishti created an environment that promotes creativity, how to stay motivated and focused on your own journey and stop comparing our work to others', how to overcome imposter syndrome, the good and bad of posting your work on social media, how to stay true to yourself as an artist without getting lost in the metrics, how to plan and sell artworks online and we also talked a little bit about our common love for hip-hop. In the 'Make The Logo Bigger' section of this episode, Mrigya talked about how clients need to be considerate of the process and respect the designer for the design choices he/she makes and how design is so much more than visuals slightly also touching upon the never on-time payments. Check out Mrigya's artworks on her Instagram page @mrigyaavarma and DM her to order yourself some of her awesome prints :') Also check out her Behance profile @mrigyavarma to see more of her work.
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