Orijit Sen

Orijit Sen (born 1963), an NID graduate, is an Indian graphic artist and designer. His graphic novel River of Stories, published in 1994 by Kalpavriksh, is considered as the first graphic novel of India.
He co-founded People Tree in 1990 as a "collaborative studio and store for artists, designers, and craftspeople." He is one of the founders of The Pao Collective of comic book artists; PAO: The Anthology Of Comics 1 by Penguin Books India won the 2nd Comic Con India Awards 2012, in the best graphic anthology category. He is Mario Miranda Chair visiting professor at Goa University. The Disappearing Tiger, a T-shirt designed by him, is currently featured at The Fabric of India exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. His diverse works, which include public art works, have been exhibited in India, England, Russia, France, Japan, Canada, and various other countries.
Orijit Sen has recently been involved with the 2018 edition of the Kochi Muziris Biennale where he led an intensive workshop as a part of the Kochi Muziris Biennale Foundation’s Master Practice Studio Programme.

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