Shreyas is an illustrator-designer from Chennai, India, with an eye for the everyday and an affinity for the drawn image. She is curious about the ways art, design and gender intersect. Through drawing and writing, she tries to understand the construction and endurance of memory – how, why and what we remember.
Shreyas was trained in graphic design at the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, and Politecnico di Milano, Italy, and holds an MFA in Illustration Practice from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore. She has previously taught illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and Towson University, and now teaches at Washington University in St.Louis.
Future-Shreyas is a well-travelled visual journalist.
For commissions and collaborations write to rkrishnan.shreyas(at)gmail.com
Goethe Institut, Bangalore, India
British Council, Chennai, India
British Council, Bangalore, India
Un BD Si Je Veux, Quand Je Veux!
(A Comic Book If I Want, When I Want!)
Maison Fumetti, Nantes, France
B'more Into Comics: The Comics Process
MoCCA Arts Fest Awards of Excellence Exhibit
Society of Illustrators, New York, USA
MICA Illustration Practice Grad Show
Meyerhoff Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, USA
Fox 3 Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, USA
Sheila & Richard Riggs Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, USA
My Cup of Tea
Kynkyny Art Gallery, Bangalore, India
Mirror of the Open Road
The Wilding Festival, London, UK
A Rosie is a Rosie is a Rosie:
Rosie the Riveter and Performative Gender
The Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies
The Curious Case of the Indian Designer-Writer
'Creating Change', British Council+Kyoorius
American Illustration 37 Archive
MoCCA Arts Fest 2016 Award of Excellence
Honorable Mention 3x3 Student Show No.12