Entries by Nidhi Chanani

super princess – inktober 1

Super princess (sold) Every year in October, artists around the world participate in inktober. The idea is to work in ink and create a new drawing each day. I hope to complete 31 drawings! Each drawing is 2.5×3.5 inches on bristol board made with a combination of microns, watercolor brushes, and sometimes gold paint. I […]

inktober tomorrow

My favorite time of year has begun – fall, halloween, diwali, cold weather cooking and cuddles! And tomorrow is the start of inktober! These are some of my favorites from last year. I’m super excited to participate as I need a break from inking Jukebox. I am going to explore a bit more color this […]

coloring for charity

I’m happy to share a new coloring book put together by the SF Etsy community. Over 40 local artists donated pages to the book to raise funds for 3 charities – SF Safe House, Larkin Street Youth and SF Fire Toys program. I donated the page above and there are some more samples below. Pre-order […]

a fierce thanks

Thank you to the folks who’ve sent me messages and shared I will be Fierce with kids. Illustrating this book was a huge challenge as the text is powerful but not clearly visual. I revised sketches many times in order to match Bea Birdsong’s words with a strong visual story about a girl facing the […]

back to school sale

I can’t believe it’s that time of year again. Earlier and earlier! To celebrate we’re having a back to school SALE! Save 15% on totes and pillows! Use the code: TOTES at checkout. As always, thank you for your support and have a happy week!

sale prints

We’ve placed a bunch of our overstock prints on sale, which means you can snag prints for as low as $5! Including new illustrations and old favorites. These won’t last long (already sold a bunch since sharing on social media) so get them while they last!   I hope you have a happy weekend!

kind dreams

As an independent artist I spend a lot of time alone with my thoughts. I didn’t grow up with abundance, quite the contrary, and had an early distaste for our capitalist fascination with stuff. As I grow in my awareness and think about my footprint, I started to think about reaching for our dreams. Our […]