December 29, 2015

A Teatime Adventure with Bakula Nayak

Images copyright Bakula Nayak Old papers, ink and tea — the essentials to churn out magical stories and fill up mundane days for Bakula Nayak, an artist whose first solo exhibition Make Art…Make Love…Make Tea […]

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December 8, 2015

Circle of Letters: Letter Earthlings

Stacks of coloured paper, boxes filled with sketch pens, stickers in pastel shades, small crayons and roller stamp pens were strewn across the table while everyone introduced themselves, picked a request and began writing. It […]

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September 18, 2015

Dialogue: RocketScienceLab

We caught up with Rajesh and Vidya Thomas of RocketscienceLab at Melt, right after they delivered a talk about what they do. What do they do? “That’s a tough question to answer…” they say amid […]

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September 3, 2015

Sketchnotes: Surasti Puri

“All things beautiful come to an end. It might be a bougainvillea flower slowly crisping under the sun, a movie that never returns for a sequel, that fugitive word that evades capture but sits teasingly […]

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June 2, 2015

Spaces: Studio Lucid

“Our old office was a dining table filled with designers in an apartment. In 2012 we could fit no more designers on the dining table! And so the quest began to find a suitable space,” […]

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April 29, 2015

25 Years in Bangalore by Prasad Bhat

Prasad Bhat has an art and design studio based out of Bangalore and showcases his work under the brand name Graphicurry, and has been living in Bangalore for most of his life. “Bangalore has changed […]

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April 13, 2015

Litmus Festival 2015 begins on 18th April

Litmus Festival, a contemporary lit-fest which brings together workshops and discussions on music, theatre and literature, debuted in Bangalore in 2014. The 2nd edition moves to the heart of the city, on 100ft Road, Indiranagar. […]

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February 19, 2015

Running with the Rainbow

Photographs by Tina Nandi Stephens Designing for the adaptive reuse of an old building is as complex an exercise as redesigning the identity of a brand and comes with its own set of rules and […]

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January 22, 2015

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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December 23, 2014

Kyoorius Knocks: Karthik Vaidyanathan, Varnam

Preserving the 200-year-old art of lac-turnery, Varnam – a venture by Karthik Vaidyanathan to revive the ancient lacquerware craft of Channapatna and showcase it to the world – has grown from a family of 4 people […]

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