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December 12, 2014

A Grown up Approach to Digital

Over the last few years, one thing is certain — there has been a significant rise in the level of conversation around all things digital. Clients seem to be more committed than ever to get digital right. How much […]

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November 28, 2014

The Designer: Ahmed Kazi

“Kites give these young children a reason to look up in the sky and to play in it. And that is not any ordinary action; it will give them the ability to dream,” a 70 something Mansood Khan […]

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November 21, 2014

Tumbleweed? Disconnection

Some companies are lucky. Every single project they do is astounding and brilliant. Everyone is happy and their employees’ satisfaction levels are off the scale. They never work late and take decent holidays. The rest of us are left […]

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November 14, 2014

Dialogue: Ayappa KM, Ad film director & Co-founder, Early Man Film

While Woody Allen has a very distinctive similarity in almost all of his movies, any two Stanley Kubrick films are like chalk and cheese. It’s interesting that Indian ad film director Ayappa KM mentions Stanley […]

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Rathna Ramanathan

November 7, 2014

From the land of Tara Books

Rathna Ramanathan’s webpage of her design studio minus9 looks like words spilt out of a jar that fell in gay abandon to find spaces, running apart, coming closer or nudging each other. Type has character and attitude. This quality of […]

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October 31, 2014

Colour for the now

Known as one of the most colourful countries. Presumably because of its rich history and culture. Over the decades, designers have let the idea of India and colour fade into obscurity. This constant admiration of […]

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October 28, 2014

What’s inside Kyoorius 22

The latest issue highlights “the push and pull between old and new”, starting with two young creative stars at the peak of their careers, guiding the creative output of their respective agencies. We spoke to […]

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October 17, 2014

The Designer: Manish Sharma

As we percolate from the metros to non-metros (smaller cities/local designers), the definition of design keeps changing and getting more interesting. And to bring forth these interesting insights and stories is one of the reasons why we started […]

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October 15, 2014

Nichebusting. The emerging mindset that matters most

Just who are the youth of the urban middle class? According to many reputable youth reports, they are optimistic, confident, impatient, fun-loving, socially active, etcetera, etcetera. Not that there’s anything wrong with what the reports […]

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October 9, 2014

A Letter from Michael Wolff: The Four Gateways

Dear Reader, During the last few weeks, I’ve been asked several times for advice on two particular issues. The first, how do you manage to persuade clients to trust you and to accept surprising and individual answers to their briefs, […]

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