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Little Designs Studio - We are more than an Art School, we bring out your artistic impulse. We are a place where you can Unlock Your Potential with the Power of Art. A place where you can dream, draw, excite, do, display to yourself and to the world what you can, what you have and what we have made you to.

All of us are visual, physical and auditory beings. We learn best when learning involves our senses. The more senses involved, the better the learning.

Drawing is the fundamental skill of the visual arts that can - and should - be learned by all. Little Designs Studio teaches drawing while developing visual learning skills that give our students an academic advantage in the classroom.

Over the years we have developed a proven methodology that has delivered a unique experience that is fun, engaging and educational.

We have the reputation of offering well-organized classes and teaching original, high quality curriculum rooted in our culture and traditions offered in a positive & fun loving environment.

Mr K. ANBAZHAGAN founded LDS in 2009. His primary aim was to use his fine arts education and background in student development to create an original, step-by-step method to teach the fundamental skills of visual arts.

Prior to LDS, Anbazhagan worked in Advertising Industry with companies like Concept Communications (P) Ltd, Disha Communication (Bangalore) Pvt. Ltd., Brainwave Design Studio (Mumbai) as a Visual Artist.

He has worked with many leading brands like British Council, , Samsung, BSNL , State Bank of India, Chettinad Hospital, ONGC, Numeric UPS, Agni Jewellery, MGM, Mayajaal etc

At LDS, Anbazhagan and his team has spent years on mainstream Artistic Designs & Conceptual Visualization. From all these experience and with a dream to impart this talent to others our Temple of Art “Little Designs Studio” was started as a full fledged ‘Art School’ in 2009. Since then, LDS has trained over 500 students and nurtured their skills in art on a variety of media.