We the people series is derived out of observations of Devi of himself and others around him in various everyday, simple, regular functions and activities. They depict various human emotions, attitudes and feelings. In general they depict normal and positive aspect of life around that artist see for himself.
Inspired by everyday things and daily scenes of life, this series actually found its take-off point in Devi’s neighbourhood, at a time when there was a host of construction and building activity. The artist represents his view of these buildings in a finished/half-finished state through aerial maps of the sites.
In this initial series Devi captures the his fascination with the vibrant city – a city where he first came face to face with Gaudi and Miro’s works. Large canvases feature Devi’s early experiments with shape and colour to capture the essence of a city he still feels a deep unconscious connection with.
In this second series of Industrial Fragments, Devi tries to create works that are more defined with details with industrial forms that are again filled with patterns. They appear illustrations but they give new touch to artists experience and transforming into new visuals.
Devi was inspired by creative dimensions of the density of several cities in the world. He was often awed by human creations and the progression of civilization mainly in the field of architecture, design and town planning. Lisbon was the first city he chose to develop series titled Den-City.
Following the technology and its possibilities Devi is trying to create new visual vocabulary using iPad and iPencil. However, he is still a conventional painter uses this available means to mostly sketch, draw and plan his progression of his new works or visual language.