Ruchi Shah is an illustrator recently graduated from Camberwell College of Arts. She is a visiting scholar represented by the Charles Wallace Trust in association with the British Council in UK. With a flair for working with screen-printing and different materials, her current work includes using everyday objects, string and wire for making artwork.
Previously, Ruchi has studied Advertising and Visual Design in India. She has had 3 years of experience as a senior visual designer, involved in design research, and presently as an illustrator with over 10 successfully published books in India, in multiple regional languages. Defining one category for all her works is no easy task. With a focus in screen-printing, she has custom designed limited edition books for clients.
Having worked with a corporate, start-ups, non-profit organizations and publishing houses her current work revolves around making hand crafted illustrations and more recently 3D spaces designed to be illustrations crafted out of paper, clay, wire etc. Ruchi has recently exhibited her work at the Blackall Studio’s in London as a part of a group show.
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