June 9, 2016

Sketchnotes: Saloni Sinha

An interaction designer and creative visualiser by profession, Saloni has an engaging interest in illustrations. Her primary focus remains on building and creating stories comprised of fantasy, exploratory and surreal moments which she wants to […]

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June 2, 2016

Sketchnotes: Manas Gupta

We are constantly surrounded by people who have potentials more than what they practice professionally. We bumped into one such talent that loves sketching and is always inking in his free time. An architect based […]

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May 26, 2016

Sketchnotes: Antima Nahar

Scribbling your thoughts on paper is a common hobby, especially when we are in school. The difference though is we never realised it was a piece of art from our imagination until we started celebrating […]

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March 10, 2016

Sketchnotes: Saumin Patel

“Kaamotsav is my gift to our society as we absolutely deserve an awesome take on erotica through which we can talk about our own desires,” says Saumin Patel.  Saumin Patel is a storyteller. Being bad […]

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March 3, 2016

Sketchnotes: Limatola Longkumer

Limatola Longkumer always had a feeling that she wanted to do something related to art. Ever since her mother taught her her first strokes, way back in kindergarten, Limatola has been an artist in the […]

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February 11, 2016

Sketchnotes: Newman D’Silva

“I don’t have a formal training. I just like to draw,” beams Newman when you wonder what kind of an artist he is. Newman’s been sketching for as long as he can remember, he says […]

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January 19, 2016

Biscoot with a little bit of Rain!

Designs at Biscoot perfectly reflect the places Sirawon Tulisen Khathing and Ben Ezra Ningtoutao have been to and lived in. “Moving away from home, made us value our culture more,” they say, talking about the […]

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January 11, 2016

A look inside: Kala Ghoda Musings by Sameer Kulavoor

In a figurative spate of bustling motion and unmeasurable details, Kala Ghoda Musings, a limited edition art print by Sameer Kulavoor captures the ebullient intricacies of the static and daily subculture of Kala Ghoda. Within […]

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December 17, 2015

Sketchnotes: Srijan Jha

A visceral idea knit with intricate strokes, applied one at a time, partly immersed in lush colours – the totality of a ‘whim’ which comes characteristically alive under Srijan Jha’s keen hands. He is a […]

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April 23, 2015

Sketchnotes: Rohan Dahotre

Rohan Dahotre is an illustrator, a photographer and a conservationist, a native of Pune and a student of nature. He currently resides in and freelances from Bangalore. Rohan decided early on in life that characters and […]

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