Kyoorius Knocks: Janine Shroff

Her personal body of work might raise a few eye-brows for their boldness and nudity; and these reactions became one of the reasons for such boldness in her art. Just that Janine Shroff had witnessed […]

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Digital Stories: Ogilvy & Mather India

We often hear that digital in India, while on an upswing, still has a long way to go. The term integration is just being paid lip service to. However, over the years we have seen […]

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Sketchnotes: Khyati Trehan

“I feel like my hand has a soul and memory of its own. It draws things I didn’t know were going on in my head or I knew how to draw,” says Khyati Trehan who […]

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Sunaina Sainath: Politics By Design

History is rife with stellar examples of how politics and symbols have worked together to spawn awe-inspiring movements. Mahatma Gandhi’s spectacles, Jawaharlal Nehru’s cap and jacket, Che Guevara’s face and fist, the Nazi swastika and […]

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Collections by Kulture Shop – Katalyst & St. Art

Kulture Shop recently launched its new Katalyst Collection. The collection consists of a limited edition of art prints and tees inspired by four ‘katalysts’ who champion alternative thought. These are actress Kalki Koechlin, Shaa’ir + Func/Pentagram’s Randolph Correia, designer and […]

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Kyoorius Knocks: Mira Malhotra

An Indian context is something you will not fail to notice in Mira Malhotra‘s personal body of work; and it is her conscious decision to draw inspirations from the country she lives in. Coming from […]

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You Vote. You Decide: Join the campaign

In a campaign, You Vote. You Decide, Bangalore based tsk Design has gone out of its way to persuade city dwellers to cast their votes in the 2014 general elections. India’s low voter turnout, and […]

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Sketchnotes: Nithin Rao Kumblekar

The ad executives from Mad Men, Andaaz Apna Apna’s famous character Teja, Breaking Bad’s now universally popular character Walter White and Daniel Craig and Judi Dench straight out of Skyfall. These are just some of the […]

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Khamir: Working with artisans in Kutch

Founded in 2005, Khamir is an organization that works to strengthen and promote the rich artisanal traditions of Kutch district, which was greatly affected by the 2001 earthquake. Khamir means ‘intrinsic pride’ in Kachchhi, the local […]

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Awkward People – Chapter 2

This column is the continuing tale that delves into the deep abyss of advertising festivals. What we have uncovered is a marvelous set of creatures that populate these events. Take time to consider each one, […]

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arch-i-Platform invites Kathmandu based educationist to talk about design for learning

arch-i-Platform is holding its monthly session of conversations around design today, in its regular feature SPoT C (Speaker of the Camp).  This month you can listen to Kathmandu based educationist and entrepreneur, Reshu Aryal Dhungana, who will […]

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Kyoorius Knocks: Alice Wellinger

Austrian artist Alice Wellinger, summarizing the essence of her work, says, “I always try to tell a little story in my pictures – I like when people have something to think about.“ And she defines her idea about ‘art’ […]

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Sketchnotes: Jayesh Sivan

Illustrator Jayesh Sivan has a very simple reason to pick up a sketchbook. “To not allowing the digital technology to completely dominate my instinct and drawing skills,” he says. Sivan is currently pursuing his Master […]

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Diorama Maps by Sohei Nishino

19th century French writer and historian François-Victor Fournel redefined ‘flanerie’— which in English is synonymous to ‘idleness or  dawdling’— as an art, ‘a way of understanding the rich variety of the city landscape… a moving […]

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Kyoorius Knocks: Madiha Sikander

While it will intrigue you at the first glance, it might take a moment for a viewer to delve into the deeper meaning. And, that is the first step towards discovering many layers in Madiha […]

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Kyoorius FYIday: Custom type design

Over 2 intensive, hands-on workshops in Mumbai and Delhi, Sarang and Satya will teach attendees about the intricacies of typography, with an emphasis on Indian scripts. Hone your skills in type design from two of […]

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    Kyoorius: Janine Shroff talks about an inherent boldness (and nudity) in her personal body of work.

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    Kyoorius: The first in the series of Digital Stories, in association with Kyoorius Digital Awards 2014. O&M India. @ogilvy

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    Kyoorius: “I feel like my hand has a soul and memory of its own," says @KhyatiTrehan in this week's #sketchnotes.