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More Lovely Indian Travel Illustrations by Ranganath Krishnamani

We love the style of Ranganath Krishnamani, an Indian illustrator from Bangalore that captures the outdoor landscapes and travelscapes so beautifully. His digital art makes great use of saturated colors and silhouetted figures, with impressive light. We tour through Hampi, Bangalore, and Kundapur, through all sorts of weather and seasons. Via Behance:

a04e9c84313225.5d5957e61f8e7Coracle Ride – Coracle boat, the play of light/shadow on the rocky terrains and the beautiful flowing Tungabhadra River, bring back fond memories of the enigmatic town of Hampi, Karnataka.
Light at the end – Walking through the old town in Bangalore, invariably end up in these narrow alleys following my curiosity . These curvy lanes still have a welcoming charm.

Lost in Details – Walking through the arched bays, consumed by the details, ornate interiors, domes and windows. Queens Bath , Hampi Karnataka

Harvest – Walking through lush green paddy fields in Kundapur, close to Udupi (Karnataka, India) during the harvest season

Way finding – Walking back late evening in Mangalore (Karnataka, india), I noticed this interesting duo working together to find their way back home through the storm. Had to recreate it!

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