Custom Portraits for an Atypical Rakhi: A Memoir of Memories!
Published on: 04 Aug, 2021
The bond between a brother and a sister is one of the most beautiful. It harbors love and affection that continues to grow stronger with time. Whether it’s the endless fights over something silly or saving them from trouble, they are the ones you can count on to always be there for you. They are your go-to people for anything you want.
Atypical Advantage presents to you 7 super talented artists with disabilities who will be more than glad to make the portrait of your awesome siblings. You can choose a medium of your choice out of the 5 options available and also choose the artist whose style you like the most!
These custom portraits are your safest bet for truly experiencing the alacrity and natural vibrancy of portraits. Visit here buy now, fill in the information, upload a high-resolution image & witness the magic!
The Package will include-
A beautiful custom portrait
A corrugated box with festive wrapping
Certificate of Jubilation
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Using coffee to make such beautiful portraits is an art in itself. This unique art form is booming and gaining momentum by the second.
Diagnosed with muscular dystrophy at a young age, Payal knew she wasn’t like other children. Payal thinks that people who look at her with pity as she uses a wheelchair, should stop doing so. She believes that there are disabilities in all people, the only difference lies in how visible they are to other people.
Upside-down painting/drawing is usually done to trick your brain into painting the actual details your eyes see instead of what your brain thinks parts should look like.
A bike accident made Ajay lose his leg. He was thrown into a deep void mentally and he never really thought he could bring his life back to normal. One of the greatest tragedies in life is to lose your own sense of self and accept the version of you that is expected by everyone else, says Ajay. Art is something close to his heart. He specializes in painting portraits upside down, a skill for which he has been widely appreciated.
Anjan has overcome numerous obstacles to be where he is today. With cerebral palsy, he dealt with speech, hearing and vision impairments. However, this did not limit his potential or stop him from beating the odds. His colorful world and optimistic mindset resonates in every piece of art he makes. He specializes in Digital Portraits, which are a great way to create artwork that's expressive using image manipulation techniques and a stylus to create a one of a kind artwork inside image editing and digital drawing software.
Acrylic paint is one of the most versatile mediums, and one of the least toxic and it dries into a flexible, water-resistant, and durable surface to which subsequent layers of paint can be added without disturbing the underlying layers. Acrylic Portraits look most life-like and detailed.
Basil Joseph Varghese is a 23 year old person who has Asperger's syndrome which comes under the Autism Spectrum Disorder. His love for painting and drawing is quite evident. For the past seven years, he has been learning the art as well. Basil loves to watch movies and listen to music. A caring and gentle soul, Basil finds happiness when people appreciate and recognize his talent. He is overjoyed whenever someone purchases his painting.
Vyshak Ettukudukka was born in Kerala, as a healthy baby but without both hands. Even with his unfortunate physical condition, little Vyshak was a charming and pleasant boy in his childhood. Besides the school exhibitions, his paintings were selected for the art show of ‘Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. Now, he is a professional artist.
Charcoal portraits are made with charcoal pencils which are designed to be similar to graphite pencils while maintaining most of the properties of charcoal, they are often used for fine and crisp detailed drawings, while keeping the user's hand from being marked.
Varun Naren is a 20 year old young adult with FragileX syndrome, a single gene cause of autism and most common inherited cause of intellectual disability. Art is Varun’s medium of expression and emotions.
The journey of 29 years of being an artist started at the age of 5, and even today Swaminathan Manivannan is equally passionate about his art. He will never take off his pen until and unless he finishes his artwork, come what may. All of Swaminathan’s artwork has his unique style of a perceptual slant added to it.
Cherish the bond you share with your siblings on this auspicious day. Make the most of this Raksha Bandhan by commissioning a portrait in any of the above mentioned forms and let them know just how much they mean to you.