Thursday, October 14, 2010

Making peace with myself

I was working on a poster for my diploma project, and had lost a little anchor point somewhere, so decided to make my life easier by viewing everything in outlines. Instead, it just looked so complicated that for a second I wondered if the outlines should be my poster! After a few seconds, I decided that that would just be ridiculous and have made peace with myself by posting a screenshot on my blog instead.

Doesn't it look super cool?!

Friday, September 24, 2010

Who said an illustration has to have meaning?

It often happens to me that I am intending on something, and instead something completely different emerges. Here is one such example... of course, I could force meaning into it, but this time I just want it to be a random illustration, and see what meaning, if any at all comes to people's minds when they see it. Do tell me what comes to your heads!

Friday, July 16, 2010

IF Breakfast

*That morning cup of tea*
Inspired by the visual language of the Indian matchboxes

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

A Request

My youngest aunt got struck with a needle infected with Hepatitis C and AIDS while serving a patient in her residency years, and now after years of treatment, her second liver is also failing her. There is little you and I could do for help and that is to send a petition to the FDA to release a drug that could help her. Please visit the following link. It will only take a few minutes. Thank you.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Zeebelt : Views on the West Poster

Views on the West Project- Zeebelt Theatre, Netherlands
In December 2009 over thirty interviews were conducted with young Indian call centre agents asking them about their impressions of Europe. These interviews were summarized in a ten minute audio edit which served as the assignment brief.

This poster is one of the 15 student posters displayed in the 'Views on the West' exhibition at the Zeebelt Theatre, Netherlands
see the winners here
see akshataa's poster here
see Uditi's poster here

Monday, February 1, 2010

A casual take on the B.R.T road in Delhi, which though in construction and concept is really good organising traffic with separate lanes for buses, three and four wheelers, and two wheelers, fails in one key area : the numbers of cars heavily outnumber the buses and cycles which ends up in waste of space, and a perpetual traffic jam. P.S. Shiela Dixit is the Chief minister of Delhi.

Saturday, January 16, 2010