DIWALI 2015: New HEM festive graphic unveiled
In celebration of the festival of lights, Diwali, which arrives this year on the Wednesday, 11th of November and which coincides with Armistice Day in the UK, the Half-Eaten Mind has unveiled a special commemorative graphic.
The graphic is part of a long tradition on the blog for what is termed in the business as ‘homemade graphics’. Every Diwali since 2013, HEM’s blogger and editor Vijay Shah uses his graphic designs skills to produce special edition graphics which serve as not only a bit of fun and celebration, but also as a tip of the hat to the talent that goes on behind the scenes.
This year’s image is derived from a wallpaper offered by HappyDiwaliGreetings.in and created via image design site piZap. It features three symmetrical and stylised diyas (lamps) arranged over Paisley patterns in a nod to traditional north Indian art. The design carries the official HEM branding as well as a QR code which when scanned with a suitable app on a mobile phone, can take the viewer to the blog.
The graphic will be featured on the HEM social networks nearer the occasion.
The Half-Eaten Mind would like to wish our readers, supporters and the Community a very happy Diwali in advance.
“Beautiful HD Happy Diwali Greetings Images of Diyas” – Celebrate Diwali With Us/Kopasoft (14 August 2015) http://happydiwaligreetings.in/beautiful-hd-happy-diwali-greetings-images-of-diyas.html
“Vector – Pattern” – CanStockPhoto/Can Stock Photo Inc. http://www.canstockphoto.com/pattern-7404553.html
Posted on November 8, 2015, in Features and tagged art, blogging, celebration, Deepavali, design, Diwali, diyas, festival of lights, graphic design, graphics, Half-Eaten Mind, HappyDiwaliGreetings.in, Hinduism, image, Indian, wallpaper. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.