Nothing is Blue


Have I captured the brilliant premise of this novel? I am just concerned with that and will be digging for answers for a month or so. There is also a site designed by me and developed by Ritwick: www.nothingisblue.com

3 comments:

Subhanjan said...

A sense of mystic is rendered by the cover. The oil painted portrait stands out and captures the thought and mood of the book perhaps. Light and shade plays an important role in portraying the mood of the point of view that the novel holds. The border also works well with the entire layout. Neat, clean, simple, but powerful work. That is what I would say.

Subhanjan said...

Thank You Mr. Pinaki for dropping by my blog. I have heard a lot of you from Subrata Ray Chaudhury (one of my favourite teachers) and I am glad to have your comment. I know nothing of photography and try to do as much as I can. Art, according to me, is a pain-staking process of learning and it does not depend only on how good an eye or heart you have. I wish to learn more from the comments of people like you who are in the field of arts and understand it. I am glad that you liked my pictures. I must also say that you are doing very good work. It is noteworthy that prestigious publications like Penguin and Harper Collins commission you for their cover designs. I Thank You once again.

Archana said...

Pinaki, this one is beautiful. Nice blog and nice meeting you yesterday! Archana Doshi