Shweta Malhotra, India

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Shweta Malhotra is a Graphic Designer/Graphic Artist based in Mumbai, India.

After graduating in Applied Arts from Sophia Polytechnic (Mumbai) in 2004, she started out as an Art Director with advertising agencies like McCann Erickson, Contract Advertising and Ogilvy. In Feb 2008, after a short stint at Fabrica (Benetton’s Visual Arts Research Centre in Italy), she decided to pursue a career in Graphic Design and has since worked with firms like Grandmother India and Rediffusion Y&R Design in Mumbai. After which she started her independent career in Delhi in 2012 and has been on her own ever since.

Shweta currently works as an independent graphic designer/graphic artist and has a keen interest in design for lifestyle, music and fashion. Her overall design aesthetic is minimal, bold and graphic, a response to the maximalist visual language prevalent in India.

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    Shweta Malhotra, India (2019)

    Shweta Malhotra is a Graphic Designer/Graphic Artist based in Mumbai, India. After graduating in Applied Arts from Sophia Polytechnic (Mumbai) in 2004, she started out as an Art Director with...

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    Shweta Malhotra, India (2019)

    Shweta Malhotra is a Graphic Designer/Graphic Artist based in Mumbai, India.

    After graduating in Applied Arts from Sophia Polytechnic (Mumbai) in 2004, she started out as an Art Director with advertising agencies like McCann Erickson, Contract Advertising and Ogilvy. In Feb 2008, after a short stint at Fabrica (Benetton’s Visual Arts Research Centre in Italy), she decided to pursue a career in Graphic Design and has since worked with firms like Grandmother India and Rediffusion Y&R Design in Mumbai. After which she started her independent career in Delhi in 2012 and has been on her own ever since.

    Shweta currently works as an independent graphic designer/graphic artist and has a keen interest in design for lifestyle, music and fashion. Her overall design aesthetic is minimal, bold and graphic, a response to the maximalist visual language prevalent in India.