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Rupika Rangaswamy








Surrealism and whimsy; two of our favorite things! Rupika creates images that allow us to sit back, relax, and enjoy a break from reality.

Rupika Rangaswamy is an illustrator from Bangalore, India. A lifelong creative working full time in software development makes time for illustration after hours.

She had the following to say when asked about her work:

 I’d say that my art is female-centric as most of my subjects are usually a morphed/imagined sense of myself. My art has a sense of carefreeness and celebrates the strength and vulnerability of being your own company and friend; as someone who likes alone time, my illustrations are generally a manifestation of this feeling.

You can find Rupika on Instagram @rupikart and find a recent interview with her here www.ballpitmag.com/portfolio/rupikart 


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