Nidhi Chanani from Everyday Love Art

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Oh! This is a don’t miss! Calcutta born artist Nidhi Chanani runs Everyday Love Art and you are going to love her! She started her art career with no role models insight yet she marches to the beat of her own drummer quite successfully. Don’t believe highly illustrative art goes on walls? Don’t tell Nidhi, because she is selling her wall art like gangbusters! This cute print below just landed on the set of Modern Family. Nidhi has quite the resume going on,  including a trip to the White House for her art! This chick rocks, breaks stereotypes and is here to encourage you with her story! She has so much to offer as she shares the why behind selling her art.  You’ll get a kick out of all her advice including, “Don’t pay  attention to analytics and likes!” I promise if you tune in to this entire interview, you will walk away with nuggets of wisdom!



You can pre-order her children’s book here.


She talks about the popularity of this image “You said you didn’t want any!” Oh my! That sounds so familiar!

This art was showcased when she showed at the Disney Wonderground Gallery. She has accomplished quite a bit in the last couple of years and I don’t see her stopping anytime soon. Motivating!

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  • Aisha M Khan says:

    Lovely interview! Monica thanks so much for this! Being a (sometimes lonely) Pakistani designer, its fabulous to hear a fellow South Asian doing so well as a designer/ artist. I love your art Nidhi- thanks for sharing your journey!

  • Loved that interview today. Nidhi seems to have a lot of wisdom, really liked what she said. There is a lot to take from that interview, but as someone who's starting, right now "Show up for yourself, and people will show up" resonates with me 🙂

  • Meghan Irene says:

    This is a fantastic interview! Your perseverance is motivating and your illustrations are gorgeous! I will be following you, Nidhi!!

  • Erika Jones says:

    I loved this! Nidhi and the interview were both totally Inspiring. I have to say I’m going to miss the video aspect of these interviews. It makes me feel like I’m right there with you guys. Thanks for all you do, Monica.

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