Adobe Remix by Siddhant Jaokar
For more than four years, Adobe has been inviting the creative community to participate in the Adobe Remix program—by “remixing” and putting their own spin on our iconic logo. This recent Remix was the work of Mumbai-based industrial designer Siddhant Jaokar, who says his creation was inspired in part by classic Indian architecture and architectural motifs. He explains, “Indian architecture has evolved through many centuries, and India has many different architectural styles, from the rock-cut architecture to Art Deco…. Similarly, my style as an artist is always evolving.”
Jaokar, whose work primarily includes 3D rendering and art direction, works in numerous styles—he tries to stay very flexible, because, he says, not being married to a particular style allows him to choose the best way to communicate his thoughts and ideas in what he creates.
And flexibility is important for Jaokar. After earning a bachelor’s degree in industrial design in 2015 and taking a job at a packaging firm, he got into 3D design through a self-initiated everyday render project. And that led him, eventually, to begin freelancing full time. These days, he’s working with clients such as NZXT, Wellesley, and Tugo Collective, as well as Adobe.
Having seen other Remix projects by artists he admires, such as Ash Thorp and GMUNK, Jaokar says he was very thrilled to create his own. “I was super excited,” he says. “I’m really glad that I could be a part of it. Getting the assignment was a bit of surreal moment, since a lot of great artists have contributed to the Adobe Remix project.”
SIDDHANT JAOKAR’S CREATION