Namaha, stories from the land of Gods and Godesses, is a collection of short stories inspired by ancient wisdom literature of India. Abhishek Singh's work is acclaimed around the world for its unique style and storytelling with compelling illustrations and enthralling text, Singh takes you into the fantastical worlds of ancient Indian mythology, deciphering its many symbolic humanistic and ecological layers.
Abhishek Singh's work is acclaimed around the world for its unique style and storytelling and has been exhibited in prestigious places like LACMA, Asia Society, Vermont Museum, and Burning Man. He's known for his social impact projects where he blends stories of nature, myths and social themes with live artworks, like Shiva in Varanasi, Vrikshdootam - Message from the Trees, Goddess Exhibition, Budapest and JLF, Jaipur.
His critically acclaimed Krishna - A Journey Within is the first graphic novel by a writer/artist of Indian origin to be published in the American comic book history. Spanning comic books, art direction, and VR films, some of his notable works are Shekhar Kapur's Ramayana 3392 A.D., India Authentic Series and a VR film for Deepak Chopra.
Abhishek currently lives between his studios in Brooklyn, New York and Mumbai. Whenever possible he retreats for a meditation trek in the Himalayas.