Jayesh Sachdev
(b.1980. Hyderabad)

Jayesh Sachdev, graduated with a major in Advertising and Design from Lasalle-SIA College of the Arts, Singapore, in 2005. In 2006, he founded Emblem, a contemporary Art & Design studio, followed by the Emblem Art Gallery and Emblem Couture. His enterprising dynamicism saw him being acknowledged and credited as British Council Recipient for the Top 5 Young Arts Entrepreneurs in India, 2008. Sachdev holds the National Record for having painted India's largest concept artwork, a new-media artwork 40ft x 40ft through a never before initiated 'Tyre-Art' concept that was witnessed by the nation's art fraternity.
Jayesh has held several exhibitions in New York, India, Singapore and Paris. His works are with private collectors across the globe including French Royalty and Bollywood icons. In addition his works are with acclaimed Bollywood film-personalities, including Priyanka Chopra, Naseerudin Shah, Subhash Ghai and the likes. Jayesh was commissioned a series of 56 pop-art paintings for a 'Bollywood Walk of Fame' of stars from the silent era in the 1930's-2009. He has showcased his works along with Original works of legendary Raja Ravi Verma and has the distinction of having works featured at Cannes Film Festival 08 (Ketan Mehta's film Colours of Passion) and Pune International Film Festivals. He has also been involved with charity art events attended by the former President of India, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, He is also the finalist of the Tiger Translate India Arts Awards and Crow Bar Asia Advertising Awards.
He is currently working on his paintings for a show in New York, a solo show in India and his two new Life Style and Fashion labels, Quirk Box and Stuck with Stupid.