“Claymen objects and sculptures are a reflection of my personality, experiences and my observations.” says Aman Khanna, the founder, a graphic artist, illustrator and a visual storyteller, based in Delhi. These objects add aesthetic by taking it away. They simply are what they are: a celebration of a style that lives at peace with its own little imperfections. Some are functional; they are handmade and are built to be used. Some incarnate the dysfunctionality intrinsic to society by hinting at the fragility of the human condition in a more general sense. The Claymen figure sculptures emerge from a careful observation of the common man and his dilemmas. They are peaceful and contemplative, quiet. While going through their own existential crises they are mere witnesses to the fact that “Man is losing his humanity and becoming a thing amongst the things he produces.” Claymen works have been featured in various Indian and international magazines and blogs. Claymen has a dedicated gallery / shop space at 24 Hauz Khas Village New Delhi.