Arun

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About me

Gender MALE
Industry Arts
Occupation Design and Consultancy
Location Delhi, Noida, New Delhi, NCR, India
Introduction I am a 'serial' creative. An engineer by qualification and a design professional by choice, I spent eight years in the mainstream advertising, IT consulting and eLearning industries before becoming a full-time entrepreneur. Today, I run a one-stop-creative-hotshop for graphic design, advertising, lighting design, installations, scraptures and lifestyle accessories and consult and execute projects in these areas for a host of clients in India and the US. I am also co-founder and Creative Director of Uncube - a marketing solutions company based in Los Gatos, California, US. Uncube provides end-to-end strategic and creative solutions to hi-tech start ups across the world. I am also a creativity networker and founder of Creativegarh – a worldwide community of people from all walks of creative life. Creativegarh provides a platform for amateur and professional creative people to inform of, display, discuss, exchange and sell ideas and creative services / talent to each other. Today it is one of the largest communities of creative people in the world with a membership base of over 3000. I am currently writing two books on ‘everyday creativity’.
Interests Creativity, Art, Sculpture, Scraptures, Graphic Design, Scrap, Astronomy, Entrepreneurship, Wine, Product Design, Lifestyle Accessories, Travelling, Spiritualism, Assemblage Art, Low Cost Marketing, Experiential Marketing, Virtual Communities, Startups, Creative Mentoring, Filmmaking, Photography, Found Art, Lamps and Lighting
Favorite Movies Dead Poet's Society, Castaway, Parinda, Jerry McGuire, Pink Floyd's The Wall, Patch Adams, Crazy People, Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro
Favorite Music Pink Floyd, Roger Waters, U2, Dire Straits, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Eric Clapton, White Lion, Indian Ocean, Doors, Jethro Tull, Valentine Shipley
Favorite Books Secret Life With Woodpecker, Under the Radar, The Entrepreneurial Connection, The Glass Palace, Partner, The Tao of Physics, Atlas Shrugged, The Alchemist, Roots

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