Sketchnotes: Manu Jayasankar Ambady

Having travelled four cities in four years, Manu Ambady can be called quite a nomad. Originally from Thrissur, Kerala, this young designer and illustrator currently works in Bangalore with 22feet Tribal Worldwide as a part […]

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Discover India series by Ranganath Krishnamani

Hanging on the fridge door of my recently foreign-returned relatives are magnets, and arranged neatly in their showcase are crystal balls, carved candles, framed postcards, all of which serve as reminders of travels, family trips […]

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Zahra’s Exclusives by MuseLab

Architectural magazines are quick to showcase the next starchitect-designed building-meets-sculpture or feature high-profile projects for name brand designer boutiques. What often gets overlooked are the beautiful, purposeful spaces created for small businesses who have neither […]

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My Life off Advertising: Sonal Dabral

If you get caught in the swirl of events, accidents and incidences in Sonal Dabral’s life, it would, through one way or the other, lead you to the advertising talent that he is today. During his childhood and […]

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Sketchnotes: Kalyani Ganapathy

Kalyani Ganapathy likes telling stories through her sketches, heralding the title of a ‘visual story teller’ on her website, describing herself as a person “who actually woke up one morning, got out of my graphic […]

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Kyoorius Knocks: Bikramjit Bose

Freezing moments in frames, photographer Bikramjit Bose reels us into the intriguing world of images, reflections, shadows, light and moments. Bikramjit graduated from the Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Banglaore and took on […]

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Bike Trails

STOP NOWHERE are based out of Indore and firmly believe in following their passion. One of them is riding and bicycle culture in general, a movement that has flourished over the last few years all […]

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Sketchnotes: Sameer Kulkarni

“Whenever I think of something interesting visually, I pick up a sketchbook and document it in whatever format I feel best before I lose track of it. Documenting thoughts the moment they occur is important […]

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Let there be Light: Light Bag Project

Growing up, our parents would often tell us that the best gift that one can give a child is education. Many of the urban poor in our country still can’t afford to avail education or […]

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Great ideas begin by asking What if…?

This September, be prepared to defy conventions, and push beyond the prescribed through lectures, group discussions, conversations, dinners and informal gatherings at Kyoorius Designyatra 2014. We never know where they may take us, but great […]

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Sketchnotes: Kamaljeet Kaur

Putting pen to paper, she drags the tip in artistic curves, forming words, sentences and stories. As mesmerizing as the art of calligraphy is, the work of Kamaljeet Kaur is also experimental. “Fonts have always […]

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Kyoorius FYIday: Future of Branding

There are certain things about branding that are irrefutable: companies, products and organisations will always need to position, or re-position themselves in a market. Yet many of the ‘truths’ we took for granted are being […]

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The Designer: Mohan Sakpal

“Perfection has become a habit for me now. I have worked around this design to cut down on the cutting and pasting cost but post this, if the design doesn’t look beautiful, it’s not worth it. That’s why […]

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Dialogue: Ryan Hageman, Founder, Gurafiku

Gurafiku , founded in 2009, is an outstanding online resource that documents the history of Japanese graphic design and also features the work of contemporary designers. Over the years, it has become one of the […]

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My Life off Advertising: Sajan Raj Kurup

If advertising is the most fun you can have with your clothes on, the next on that list should be listening to Creativeland Asia’s founder and chairman Raj Kurup’s funny, inspiring and intriguing stories about his life. Watching the complete […]

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Storycity Guides Mumbai English and Marathi

Exploring the stories that make our cities

Where would you go to find the stories that have shaped your city? Museums are the keepers of a city’s past and mirrors of its present, but few resources exist to tell you where these […]

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