Aman Khanna studied graphic and information design at the London College of Communication, graduating in 2004. Now based in New Delhi, he runs his design studio Infonauts, producing graphic idents and editorial illustrations for a range of international publications including the Wall Street Journal, The Times and The Guardian.
He also works as a sculptor in clay, creating a range of vessels and decorative objects inspired by a humanistic concern for his fellow human beings.
Of his work, Khanna says: "I create these small sculptures from my observation of the common man and his dilemmas. Claymen figures come in peace and maintain silence. Although going through their own existential crises at times, they are mere spectators or observers to the notion that man is losing his humanity and becoming a thing amongst the things he produces."