The Making Of Forbes India Celebrity 100 Cover

By Anjan Das
Published: 29, Jan 2013

“We live in a world where styles change constantly and fresh ideas are the benchmark. Professionals in every stream, especially design, must be aware of these changes and possess the flexibility and imagination to stay ahead of the trends”, yes that’s what my book of wisdom says. Currently I am the Design Director with Forbes India. Been here since last September and enjoying every bit of my work thoroughly, not to mention the fun with my team at work makes it a pleasurable experience. Prior to this I have worked with different publications such as Travel+Leisure (Thailand), Rolling Stone India, Grazia and Maxim India to name a few. I love conversations on design, be it conventional or out of the box; classy or anarchic; cleaner or clutter; print or digital; product or industrial. A sucker for typography and anything which has “a type” embedded in it. Striking visuals, a perfect colour palate and the right choice of fonts are top on my checklist when we put every edition to bed, so I must have to say “ business is good if the product is better” Hope to catch up from time to time!

I am sure you would have enjoyed reading what it takes to make a Forbes India special Edition cover. I sincerely hope that you would enjoy browsing through the entire magazine as much as we did creating it.

Till then…… happy reading!









  • Mehr

    fantastic job ! Shah Rukh looks handsome as always ..banker !

    on Jan 29, 2013
  • kw

    thanks for share, very interesting...and absolute the best and right choice for the cover. nobody can mess with the institution srk!

    on Jan 29, 2013
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