Translating Emotions and Memories into Digital Artworks – Design You Trust

Translating Emotions and Memories into Digital Artworks

Ankita, or popularly known as Maromi Sagi, is a freelance digital artist from Kolkata. Primarily a self-taught artist, Maromi plunged into the world of art after quitting her job at an IT firm.

This computer science engineering graduate began working tirelessly to master the software needed to produce digital artworks and illustrations, with the help of several books, art blogs and YouTube videos. Her artworks gave form to the abstract, such as emotions and memories…

More: Instagram, Facebook

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Kids Make The Best Protest Signs
Dark Souls, Bloodborne and More: Gloomy Art Works by CROM
Artist Alexey Kondakov Imagines Figures from Classical Paintings as Part of Contemporary Life
Artist Andrew Myers Creates Amazing Portraits Built From Screws
Creepy and Naughty: The Scary Hotties by The Tragic Girls
Artist Fuses Together The Most Beloved Cartoon Characters, And The Series Goes Viral
Russian Artist Creates Impressive And Atmospheric Paintings
Alessandro Keegan Creates Abstract, Jewel-Like Surreal Compositions
"Toy Stories": Gabriele Galimberti Captures Portraits Of Children And Their Toys Around The World
"Fuckilarious Bullshit" - Worst Client Comments Turned Into Posters
This Tiny, Painted Door At The Base Of A Tree Stump Has Been A Fixture Of The Harvard University Campus For Decades
15 Reasons Why The World Will Never Be Like It Once Was
Spectacular Winning Images of the International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2021
This Korean Tattoo Artist Creates Tattoo Cover-Up Masterpieces!
Close-Up Cuisine
Clever KFC Ads Perfectly Replaced Fire With Spicy Fried Chicken
This Is What Disney Princes Would Look Like As “Magic Mike” Strippers
12 Things You're Doing That Make People Dislike You Immediately
Beautiful Children Book Illustrations By Emilia Dziubak
66.6 Faces Of Trump
"The Witches of Fabersham Forest": The Dark Surrealism and Visual Mysteries of Noah Stacey
Coffee House London by Reynolds and Reyner
Canadian Artist Draws Pictures That Are As Warm As A Cup Of Hot Chocolate
We’ll Live Till Monday: The Superb Contermporary Oil Paintings By Andrey Shatilov