April 15, 2014

Sunaina Sainath: Politics By Design

History is rife with stellar examples of how politics and symbols have worked together to spawn awe-inspiring movements. Mahatma Gandhi’s spectacles, Jawaharlal Nehru’s cap and jacket, Che Guevara’s face and fist, the Nazi swastika and […]

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March 31, 2014

Diorama Maps by Sohei Nishino

19th century French writer and historian François-Victor Fournel redefined ‘flanerie’— which in English is synonymous to ‘idleness or  dawdling’— as an art, ‘a way of understanding the rich variety of the city landscape… a moving […]

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March 25, 2014

Inside the office of Creative Review

In September last year, Kay Khoo, Hooiwan Ling and Payal Khandelwal of Kyoorius travelled to London to attend the annual AGI Open conference held at the Barbican Centre. AGI Open features members of the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) and […]

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Kyoorius Magazine 19

March 14, 2014

What to find in Kyoorius Magazine 19

The 19th issue of Kyoorius Magazine is out and here is glimpse of what’s inside: In this issue, we have explored the association between a city and a creative individual through an interesting project, Creative Cities, in […]

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March 11, 2014

Interview: Partha Sinha of Publicis Worldwide

For a second, we presume that there must be a glass door or some kind of an invisible partition between the offices of two of the senior-most people in Publicis Worldwide, but there isn’t. The newly appointed director and […]

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March 6, 2014

Embrace Distraction

I was born during the last years of WW2 and, as a young boy growing up in post-war Britain,things were pretty bleak. The scares of the Blitz in London were very evident for well over […]

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March 4, 2014

Origins: Dabbuji

As he enters the conference room of Mumbai’s Press Club, the most noticeable thing about Aabid Surti is his salt-and-pepper beard that covers a major part of his small face. The beard somehow marvelously chronicles the number of years he has […]

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February 21, 2014

Design Magazines: Motherland

Motherland, published by Wieden+Kennedy, is one of the few magazines on culture and creativity in India. This feature is the fourth and last in our ongoing series on design magazines around the world. Previously we have […]

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February 18, 2014

Design Magazines: Neshan Magazine

Third in our feature series on design magazines from around the world is a magazine from Iran that we greatly admire - Neshan Magazine. You can also read about Open Manifesto and Works That Work that we have covered earlier. […]

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February 14, 2014

Design Magazines: Open Manifesto

Read here about Open Manifesto, a brilliant design magazine based in Australia. This article is the second one in our ongoing series about design magazines around the world, originally published in Kyoorius Magazine, which was […]

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