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Sketchnotes: Newman D’Silva

“I don’t have a formal training. I just like to draw,” beams Newman when you wonder what kind of an artist he is. Newman’s been sketching for as long as he can remember, he says […]

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Make in India Week 2016, Mumbai

Showcasing the potential of design, innovation and sustainability across India’s manufacturing sectors in the coming decade, the Make in India Week, Mumbai will be held from 13 – 18 February at MMRDA grounds, Bandra-Kurla Complex. The […]

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The new Piramal Museum of Art at Lower Parel

We recently wrote about the SMRITI book, designed by Kahani Designworks, and then began digging into Piramal Foundation’s Museum of Art in more depth. Here’s a look inside. All images courtesy The Piramal Art Foundation […]

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A look inside: In The Fold – Heritage Structures of India

Images copyright of Kyoorius & 9twentycreative. A courier arrived from Goa, as a pleasant surprise at our door early new year’s day. A book, In The Fold, in a narrow rectangular shape, sits in it; with a […]

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Smriti: Art from the Piramal Collection by Kahani Designworks

Photograph © Aditya Palsule/Kahani Designworks, 2015 In Indian philosophy, “smriti” refers to a body of knowledge that is remembered and passed on from generation to generation, kept alive in memory and practice by teachers and […]

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Sketchnotes: Pratap Chalke

“Sketching helps me empty my mind,” says Pratap Chalke an illustrator from Sawantwadi, a small town in south Maharashtra. From line drawn portraits of people to coloured blocks that form figures, his work is a fusion of […]

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(in)verto – Where Light Meets The Shadows

images courtesy Siddharth Sadashiv Most of us go about our day without much of a thought for sunlight and the interesting shadows cast by the buildings around us. Not Siddharth Sadashiv, a young budding designer […]

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A peek into The Limited Edition 2016 Art Calendar by Cupick

Ever dreamt about circling dates and marking little reminders on a calendar that’s filled with art? Cupick’s latest Limited Edition 2016 Art Calendar, born out of a love for collaborations and creative exploration, features 12 […]

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Design Indaba Festival 2016 – what’s new and more!

The Design Indaba Festival, an annual event that brings together the design and creative communities from across Africa and the world to Cape Town, has spruced things up by adding more to their already full […]

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Final Cut: A Grinning Tree, Kolkata

This article is the second in a series of articles featuring movie posters from across India, released and unreleased works too, for their merit. Keep watching this series for more.  Elsewhere in Bengal… All images […]

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Biscoot with a little bit of Rain!

Designs at Biscoot perfectly reflect the places Sirawon Tulisen Khathing and Ben Ezra Ningtoutao have been to and lived in. “Moving away from home, made us value our culture more,” they say, talking about the […]

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Travel Photo Jaipur 2016: A Festival on Wanderlust

The Pink City, Jaipur will witness a role reversal this February with the Travel Photo Jaipur Festival – a Festival on Wanderlust. Travel Photo Jaipur Festival, being held from 5 to 14 February 2016, will […]

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Sketchnotes: Sadhna Prasad

She never coloured leaves green, mountains brown and skies blue because that’s not how she saw them in her head. Sadhna Prasad, illustrator and visual designer enjoys using abstract images to communicate. “It’s easier because […]

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Murshidabad: Lost Gem in a Faded Crown

Funnily enough, way back in the 18th century, when the first sparks of rebellion were brewing in the Indian Sepoy ranks for what would have been a failed mass mutiny, Murshidabad was already a province […]

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A look inside: Kala Ghoda Musings by Sameer Kulavoor

In a figurative spate of bustling motion and unmeasurable details, Kala Ghoda Musings, a limited edition art print by Sameer Kulavoor captures the ebullient intricacies of the static and daily subculture of Kala Ghoda. Within […]

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Publica, the Big City Public Art Festival 2016

Images courtesy Floodlight Foundation Publica, the big city public art festival, is back with its second edition and is going to be held between 23 January to 29 February in Delhi, NCR and Mumbai. This […]

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