Week Around the Web Maggi

Ek Irani Chai and some Maggi: The Week Around the Web

This week on the internet, our findings are more delicious than usual. Nestlé India has begun the long journey to reclaim Maggi’s lost empire. Quartz India First things first, Maggi, beloved Maggi is back. Absence […]

Continue Reading →


Origins: Bharat Tiles

In 1922, Pherozesha Sidhwa, a would-be lawyer, was pushed on a different path. Propelled by the Swadeshi movement, he was encouraged to take up industry, which in turn led him to tile making, a field […]

Continue Reading →


Sketchnotes: Dinesh Nivalkar

Quirky posters and landscape paintings, ballpoint, black-and-white and coloured renders looked at us as we browsed through Dinesh Nivalkar’s blog. A Mumbai-based art director, Dinesh says his biggest inspiration is nature. His work is mostly […]

Continue Reading →


Designers to watch out for, Pt. 2

Continuing from where we left off yesterday, here are two more designers to watch out for. 3/4 Pragun Agarwal Pragun graduated from National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad in graphic design in December 2014. We first […]

Continue Reading →


Designers to watch out for, Pt.1

Every day we swim through portfolios in our inbox or on online platforms, looking for fresh stories for our magazine and website. In the process, we came across a few that really showed promise. There […]

Continue Reading →


Four reasons why longreads aren’t dead

The information explosion that came with the Internet is both a blessing as well as a curse. A blessing because it gives an exciting number of opportunities and avenues to explore knowledge, many sides of […]

Continue Reading →


A bird’s eye view of Chennai: Madras Transit

As the city of Chennai turns 376 this year and prepares to celebrate this milestone with Madras Week, architect Robert D. Stephens’ exhibit Madras Transit opens at The Folly on the 22 August 2015. Madras Transit, a […]

Continue Reading →


M.P. Ranjan: Designer, Thinker, Teacher

The thing about Ranjan was that you couldn’t ignore him; he was prolific, he was everywhere and he had a deep, unshakeable conviction that design could and should change the world. To me, he was […]

Continue Reading →


Bindis for Health, Indians in China and Open-Source-Cinema: The Week Around the Web

Our internet-scavenge pile gets shinier and shinier each week. And this is the third time we’re making your awesome weekend reading list for you so you know all about the wonderful things design is doing […]

Continue Reading →


Becoming One

Often, as designers, we are prone to lamenting how a certain concept that was brilliant was not accepted by the client or an idea you proposed was squashed by the team. Somewhere, there is this […]

Continue Reading →


Sketchnotes: Parvati Pillai

Animation was her first love, bred from the cartoons she watched at a young age. Illustration was her second, blooming in her fifth semester at MIT Institute of Design in Pune where she was studying to […]

Continue Reading →


A Gorgeous Voice for the Indian Queer: Gaysi Magazine

Gaysi Magazine is an initiative by The Gaysi Family, which initially started off as a blog aimed at members of the LGBTQ community in South Asia. Gaysi was formed in 2008 and it wasn’t until much […]

Continue Reading →


Digital Stories: #WillsRocktheRamp by Madison Media

The glitz and glamour of the fashion world makes everyone gape wide eyed. While models walk majestically, strutting down the ramp in masterpieces one after the other, the audience are usually mute spectators. The brief […]

Continue Reading →


The far-from-painful Cyrus Daruwala launches new book, Painful People

The second publication by Filter Press and also Cyrus Daruwala’s second book, Painful People was launched at a small but warm gathering at Kulture Shop last Saturday. Painful People has everything you like about I Take […]

Continue Reading →


Simpsons in Akira and Thermal Maps: The Week Around the Web

Last week, we made a little list for your weekend reading, culled from our team’s daily hunts around the web for interesting content. This week, a shorter list, but thoroughly interesting.   Akira. Starring: The […]

Continue Reading →


The Designer: Brenda D’Cunha

Weddings are the biggest festival in India. From the humble neighbourhood ceremony where the couple marries in a ‘pandal’, to destination extravaganzas hosted by the rich and famous, Indian weddings are a community circus. It […]

Continue Reading →


Flickr Photos

View More Photos →

Twitter @kyoorius

  1. Kyoorius
    Kyoorius: Ek Irani Chai and some Maggi: The Week Around the Web

  2. Kyoorius
    Kyoorius: Hate to bear bad news on this festive weekend...but #kdy15 is nearly sold out. Hurry, book now before it's too late.

  3. Kyoorius
    Kyoorius: We walked with @bharatfloors, one the oldest flooring brands in India, through the heritage of Mumbai in Kyoorius 24.