illustration for The New Yorker
by Nishant Choksi
From the independent graphics platform, NoBrow:
Nishant Choksi is an illustrator based in Brighton, UK, he’s been working as an illustrator for advertising and book editorial for the last 10 years since studying Fine Art Painting at Central Saint Martin’s in London. Recent work includes a wonderful children’s book for Kingfisher Publishing ‘Really Really Big Questions’ and some great advertising billboards for Vodafone one of which was made into an animated TV commercial. He lists his greatest influences as Charles Addams and other old New Yorker Cartoonists as well as Tomi Ungerer, Philippe Petit Rouletand Mid century design in general.
The US version of his children’s book, Really, Really Big Questions About Space and Time, can be found here….