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Spill the beans with creatives

We at studio Neon Attic take our commitment towards the creative community very seriously. A small step towards the many to come in the future is featuring India’s change-makers in the creative front.


Shweta Malhotra, the graphic designer known for her famous works for brands like Nicobar, Limon, Illum Design, etc. Now an independent artist who stands out with her minimal geometry and a pastel colour palette. 

Keep reading to get to know her better!

LAB: What does Shweta like to do besides Graphic Art & Illustrations?

SHWETA: I like to travel a lot as that’s what keeps me inspired. I feel it is an eye-opener for me. I love music as well. Currently, I am into the Nu-disco genre and also Electronic music. 

LAB: What pushes you back on track?

SHWETA: I would step back and take some time off to get a fresh perspective the next day.

The second part of the interview was “complete the sentence”

LAB: On the weekends, I’d like to ___________

SHWETA: Take a break from the week. Relax. Hang out with friends. Attend a music gig or just Netflix (recent pick “Money Heist”). 

LAB: There is no such thing as too much ___________

SHWETA: Design, Music, Travel, and Art.  

LAB: I can’t wait for __________

SHWETA: The next conference of AGI (Alliance Graphique Internationale), I have recently become a member of. It is truly a big honour for me to share the stage with many designers whom I have looked up to my entire life. 

The third part of the interview was “This or That?”

LAB: Colour or Monochrome?

SHWETA: Monochrome. I have always had a thing for Black and White for the extremities they portray. 

LAB: Mac or Windows?

SHWETA: Mac. I have never really used Windows since I started working. I prefer the MacBook Pro as opposed to the iMac as I travel a lot. 

LAB: Currently crushing over?

SHWETA:  Ikko Tanaka, a legendary minimalist designer who brings the tradition of Japan in a contemporary style.

Just like her art, Shweta is super minimal and fun. We wish her luck for the infamous AGI conference !!




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