Aman Khanna’s mantra is to keep it simple, whether as graphic designer or sculptor!
His graphic work is a lot about making quirky characters and iconic forms that help to draw the attention of viewers. Over the past few years Aman’s work has been published on the pages of many international publications including Harvard Business Publishing, The Times (London), and the Wall Street Journal.
He tells POOL about his passion of working with clay and ‘Claymen’ project:
“I started creating these small sculptures from my thoughts, feelings, and observation of my surroundings, the common man and his dilemmas. Claymen figures come in peace and maintain silence…
The idea of being or being present in time and space is reflected in my choice of material – clay is a simple, everyday, raw material used by everyone. Sun dried, half-baked in an open fire, clay is omnipresent and yet individual in the way one uses it. In time, the clay dissolves back into the Earth.”
Read this story in POOL 56.