Spaces: Studio 877

Back after a short break! In this article in Spaces, we take a look at the design studio of Pune-based architect Khushru Irani, who restored the double-height first storey of an old structure that was […]

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What’s inside Kyoorius 28

The rainbow-foiled Kyoorius 28, the last issue for year 2015, is out! And it makes the year end all happy and shiny! When that newspaper that you gorge on every morning, reaches your doorstep, it […]

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A Journey of Firsts: Birbhum, 2015

In what is an account on how festivals are still a coming together of an entire village as a community, in rural India, Niloy Duttagupta tells us about his journey with his neighbourhood priest to […]

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Of Colours, Classrooms & Children: Scribble Foundation

‘Each Scribble is Priceless’, earnestly sums up the ethos of the Scribble Foundation, an impactful initiative that brings art and artists to the lives of underprivileged children through workshops and mural projects. It is not […]

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MFI by Myntra launches designer brands Pluie and Vaishvik

We began tracing Myntra Fashion Incubator (MFI) last week with the first article, in this series of four. Here, we take a closer look at the brands themselves, and the designers-in-residence (DIRs) behind them. The […]

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Sketchnotes: Amrita Mohanty

Amrita Mohanty is primarily a graphic designer. Of illustration and sketching, she says “For me, illustration is still something that doesn’t come naturally. I consider myself comparatively more fluent in graphic design. So what I enjoy […]

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Dried petals stuck on pages of a diary: Beloved, Brindavan & Fearless.

Last week, in the sweltering heat and sweat of Mumbai, we made our way to Sasson Docks in Colaba – not once, not twice, but thrice! And yes, it was worth it. In those precious […]

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What I Know Now: Gulal Salil

Through a pyramid chart, Abraham Maslow in his theory of motivation, suggests that a human may undergo the last stage of ‘self-actualisation’ to tap his potential only after needs like physiology, safety, love/belonging and esteem […]

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Myntra launches its first edition of Fashion Incubator

Myntra, one of the leading e-commerce brands on lifestyle and fashion in the country, in its signature style of thinking sideways, recently launched the Myntra Fashion Incubator (MFI) program, for upcoming brands and entrepreneurs. The MFI […]

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Aniruddh Mehta’s #Qillart

Aniruddh Mehta is popularly known through his Instagram and Tumblr profile, thebigfatminimalist. The term describes neither his appearance nor his art, as he admits himself, but he enjoys an enviable following of over 33,700 people. […]

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Delhi Photo Festival 2015: Aspire

For the last four years, the biennial Delhi Photo Festival, a non-profit initiative of the Nazar Foundation and India’s largest international photography festival, has been drawing photographers from around the country to the capital. The purpose is to create an […]

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Sketchnotes: Divya Tak

Divya Tak is a freelance designer who specialises in branding and UI/UX. Even as she was getting her Integrated Masters in Physics from IIT Kharagpur, she used to work on design and illustration projects. It […]

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Behind The Seen: ‘Lip to Lip’ by Invisible Rabbit

Invisible Rabbit, a Mumbai-based boutique animation studio, who have previously worked on stop motion songs for films such as Luv Ka The End and Mujhse Fraandship Karonge, create another animated song for the film Katti […]

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Special Olympics: a recount of what happened in LA in July

Shrikkanth Govindarajan is a documentarian from Chennai, India. We first came across his work through the story of the Uncommon Man of Chennai. Although a graduate of engineering, his passion for photography led him to establish […]

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Jio MAMI Film Festival is back

“We offer the best of world cinema to the people of Mumbai and we offer the best of Indian cinema to the world.” Now in its 17th year, the Jio MAMI Film Festival, one of the […]

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A girl in a yellow dress, a giant and the map of the world: The Week Around the Web

This week has been quite a revelation. We’ve gone from seeing new projects in branding and spatial design to some beautifully illustrated animated videos, and what one would call, one of the funniest ads to […]

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    Kyoorius: The incredible and humble illustrator @malikafavre talked about passions and freelancing at #kdy15. Happy weekend!

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    Kyoorius: This time in Spaces, we look at Pune-based architect Khushru Irani's Studio 877. Quaint, neatly restored & open.

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    Kyoorius: At #kdy15 @davetrott spoke abt predatory thinking in creativity, and more . A quick chat with him after his talk -