Nahid Sikander Posts
A poster with hand illustration. Illustrated poster design on fashion.
Photographs selected in IIIrd National Photography Exhibition 1998.
The photograph shoot at surajkund craft fair 1998, the tribal man breaking coconut by head, its a part of folk dance they were performing.
Photograph shoot at the Puri Beach. Orissa. The college tour for the Orissa beach, the fishermen were at the beach at the time of sunset.
Both the photographs were selected by National Photography Exhibition India, 1998.
Stop hunting tigers before they perish, the population of tigers have been going less for last few decades. If we do not realize the fact, they will perish, there are a few people those don’t love the tiger but a large number of people love tigers, but due to the negligence the few people are winning to hunt them and continuously decreasing their numbers by hunting them. They hunt for skin, flash and bones to sell them in the grey market with high profit. What we can do is, we can stop purchasing the products made of tiger/animal skin, bone etc. And raise our voice for save tigers instead of hunting them.
Poster supporting save tiger,
by Nahid Sikander Ansari
No Kingdom Without The King
The Poster is supporting the campaign Save Tiger. Hand Painting with mix media added with some computer graphics effects. I appeal to the people of nation, specially Hunters that the Tiger is a beautiful creature of God, and it plays important role to maintain the biological cycle. So preserve them and save tiger. Those who are hunting the tigers are destroying them for a few bugs of money, once they will perish it would be impossible to give a new life to them. So step out and stop hunting tigers.