The Malayalam Project

The Kochi Muziris Biennale is in full swing by now and we’ve seen a number of parallel events and exhibitions come up since it kicked off in December. We also love how many of these […]

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Sketchnotes: Nilomee Jesrani

Nilomee Jesrani, an illustrator and animator based in Mumbai loves working on illustrations for children – be it through books or animation. She realised when she was studying in NID, that her fondest childhood memories […]

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Eureka Alphonso, creative contortionist

Armed with a pen and a curious eye, it is astonishing to see how Eureka Alphonso twists and turns, adapting her craft to suit a variety of styles. From her deliberately sparse, black and white […]

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Objects full of life by Rayden Design

Rayden Design is an art and design practice based in Pune founded by Parul and Mooshir Vahanvati. Their work has an industrial, experimental quality, and is multidisciplinary, ranging from robotics to lifestyle furniture. Parul has […]

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Apply for a spot at The Coalition’s TC/2

‘Get started. Get skilled. Get Going’, says The Coalition website. The Coalition is a creative entrepreneurship event that celebrates those inventive ideas that could spark into successful businesses, and seeks to provide innovative young minds […]

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Sketchnotes: Dashang Tiwari

Some of the most complex doodles can come about when you simply move a pen across paper without breaking its course even once; you end up with a sketch that is a single, looped line […]

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Exploring ideas of place, with Placement

Natasha Chandani is known for her book designs for Tara Books in Chennai. She is also part of an independent publishing trio called Placement, based in New York. “We’re interested in representing how people live […]

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A look inside Storycity Mumbai

Storycity, an initiative by Kahani Designworks, recently launched its first printed publication, Storycity Mumbai. The book is a collection of 24 experiences, involving places and things around the city, meant to serve as starting points for […]

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The Story of Light Festival

“Life as we know it, began with Light” says the opening line on The Story of Light Festival website. The Story of Light Festival, which will be held in Panjim, Goa from 14 – 18 Jan […]

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A look inside India: Contemporary Design

India: Contemporary Design by V&A curator Divia Patel sets out to be, “the first ever study of the work of trained designers in the disciplines of fashion, graphics, and interiors in India.” As expected, the […]

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Sketchnotes: Devarshi Gohil

Devarshi Gohil is an architect (by training) but would rather spend her time illustrating than designing buildings. We asked her what made her choose to study Architecture in the first place. “I chose Architecture to […]

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StopTorture, a trilingual campaign by TEMPLO

2009 marked the end of the civil war between the Sinhalese and Tamil people of Sri Lanka, after 30 long years of conflict. However, a recent report published by the International Truth and Justice Project […]

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Somnath Pal: Freezing Stories into Frames

Somnath Pal’s illustrations closely resemble animated movies. Each picture freezes a moment or an emotion, with as much energy and vigour as one would see in a motion picture. Each character’s posture and gesture exacts […]

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Kyoorius FYIday: Understand global juries with Tim Lindsay

Could your bronze have been a gold? Your agency has created some great work that you’re confident is of award-winning quality. On the awards night, the work wins a metal, but only a bronze. You […]

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Maker Fest 2015

Continuing with the wave of festivals happening in India through the months of winter is Maker Fest 2015, scheduled on 10th and 11th January 2015 at CEPT University, Ahmedabad. For the second consecutive year, it is […]

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What’s inside Kyoorius 23

With our first issue of 2015, we’ve explored a simple yet complex question – What does design mean to you? For Neeraj Kakkar, co-founder of Paper Boat, it is the essence of the company he’s […]

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    Kyoorius: TC/2, the 3-day conference for creative entrepreneurs from @coalitionindia is still accepting applications