PRATEEK VATASH'S RETRO AESTHETICS AND THE OCCULT

Vatash's work involves neon-infused visuals, often combining 3D and 2D mixed media elements inspired by retro aesthetics, the occult, video games, interior design, and architecture.

By Balthazar Malevolent

PRATEEK VATASH'S RETRO AESTHETICS AND THE OCCULT

Prateek Vatash is a graphic artist and designer based out of Bangalore, India.

His work, primarily using a blend of 3D and 2D media, brings together forms and content taken from his multiple interests in the fields of typography, architecture, interior design, and the occult.

Vatash enjoys working with vibrant and neon tones, to evoke different moods and hints of nostalgia.

The artist aims to express and inspire others through his artwork, and use that as a medium to explore new horizons.

Vatash's work involves neon-infused visuals, often combining 3D and 2D mixed media elements inspired by retro aesthetics, the occult, video games, interior design, and architecture.

​In his personal work, he enjoys playing with the idea of imperfections, bending rules of graphic design, and experimenting with new traditional and digital art techniques.

Prateek Vatash

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