Svabhu Kohli is an independent multidisciplinary artist – Deeply inspired by the natural world and its mechanics; In recent times his practice focuses on the intersection of magical-realism; conservation and art as a medium to understand our relationship with the universe and its complex life forms.
An Art and Design student from Srishti School of Art & Design – His work encompasses creating experiential narratives using illustration, film, animation, projection mapping and installation design to spectate imaginary worlds with a curiosity for indigenous, political and scientific knowledge that have evolved the landscape and way of life on the planet over time.
Kohli’s illustrations have been published in The Wall Street Journal, Penguin Books, HarperCollins, Katha Books, Papyrus and Current Conservation to name a few. He illustrated a collector’s edition storybook on Indian Folklore as part of a series from Stories from around the world with Chronicle Books. His works have been featured in reputed International and national art platforms and online curations such as Brown Paper Bag / Sarah Barnes, My Modern Met, Google Doodle, Google Arts & Culture, Art Parasites Official / Berlin, DPI Magazine / Taiwan, Platform Magazine / India, Neocha Magazine / Shanghai, Studio Dope, Behance Gallery - Illustration, Behance Gallery - Motion, Scene 360 Magazine, Illusion Magazine, The Earth Issue, Wacom, The Art of Animation, Buzzfeed, 1000 drawings, Homegrown, Verve, DSSC to name a few.
Svabhu currently resides making a tiny food forest of his own between his studios in Goa Velha and home in New Delhi.