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Priya Dali’s comic is an Introspection on Childhood Games and Sexuality

A self described work-in-progress, illustrator Priya Dali uses her art to deal with questions of sex and identity. Her graphic story ‘I Wanted to...

Exploring the sea of emotions with illustrator Pratima Unde

Charles Darwin believed that emotions were vital to the survival of human beings. Emotions are a huge part of what makes us humans. The...

30 Truly Underrated Indian #Inktober2018 Illustrations

Come Inktober, hundred of thousands of artists from all around the world flood the internet with their incredible ink illustrations, every day for a...

Bangalore Literature Festival 2018 – Day 1

Inhabitants of Bangalore not only braved it’s much dreaded traffic but also the scorching sun to be at the 7th edition of the Bangalore...

Shantanu Anand and his chapbook of poetry: exploring identities, gender and...

An individual is made up of a number of identities. Some that one inherits, some that one adopts. But how conscious are we of...

Untold stories from the subcontinent’s past come alive on Daak’s postcards

Handwriting; paper; postcards: it's incredible how much intrigue and wonder they can bring to our small little worlds.Yellow rectangular cards, blue airmail letters, white...

Green Humour: Awareness with a dose of humour

If you can't get people to listen to you, maybe throw in some jokes to make it work. Rohan Chakravarthy took this principle and...

Nature’s vibrancy: exploring Kalyani Ganapathy’s art

Inspired by her own childhood in the Western Ghats, a fondness for books, and an appreciation for nature, Kalyani Ganapathy's illustrations depict all manner...

Of fear & fascination: inside artist Sajid Wajid Shaikh’s extraordinary exhibition

Fear. We all know those spiky, twisted tendrils of overpowering anxiety that shoot up through our chests and completely fill up our heads when...

Meet the artist ‘keeping it real’ on Instagram

Body odour, underarm hair, unwaxed legs, farts and so on are part and parcel of our lives, but there’s little chance you’ll see pictures...

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