Below are custom comics that I have created over the years for clients such as Other World Computing, Microsoft, and Typemock. Comprehensive examples of my personal cartooning can be found at PC Weenies and UNcubed.
UNcubed runs within India Currents magazine, while PC Weenies has been published in a wide variety of print and online publications, including Mashable, TechCrunch, Gizmodo, EE Times, The Bent Magazine (Tau Beta Pi), ERNIE Magazine (Europe), CNET and What PC? (VNU). Learn more about how comics can help promote your products and services.
My name is Krishna. While I was born in Canada, I've lived in the US for most of my life, and have settled in the Tampa Bay area for the past six years. I'm a husband and a father. I also have a black belt in Taekwondo. Hi-yah!
I wear many hats: instructor, cartoonist, illustrator, graphic designer, web monkey. I teach design courses full-time within the Media Arts and Animation Department at the Art Institute of Tampa. I have been working as a professional cartoonist since 1999. My comics have been featured on such notable sites like DIGG.com, Mashable, CNET and Gizmodo, and (unlike me) my first published book has traveled to all seven continents.
I have created custom illustrations and comics for many clients including Microsoft, EE Times, Other World Computing, India Currents, Hinduism Today, TikiWho restaurants and The Straits Times. I have also created album art and logo designs for The Typical Mac User Podcast, MacMania Podcast, and The International Mac Podcast.
I'm dependable, hard-working, and obsessively focused on making my clients happy. When my clients win, I win. No design problem is too small. Take a look at my gallery!
I love design challenges. Especially tasty ones. Whether it's business cards, avatars, headers, logos, illustrations, comics, or web design, I'm ready at the draw! I'm dependable, hard-working, and obsessively focused on making my clients happy.
Your time is money. You want to take your business / client presentation / website to the next level. You want a sharp designer on your side who will work with you to meet your aggressive goals and deadlines every step of the way. I am that designer.