Category : Art

The anatomy of my funny doodles

2 years ago / 2 comments

Every time there’s a negative life-changing event in the world – be that a natural disaster, a terrorist attack, a political campaign, a controversy – there will be a string … Read More »

Nostalgia of Indian steam locomotives by Kishore Pratim Biswas

3 years ago / 2 comments

Story Behind the Series “Nostalgia of Indian steam locomotives” a successful series of painting by Kishore Pratim Biswas Kishore was born in a place where he had a opportunity to … Read More »

The Big, Bad World of Over-Priced Art

3 years ago / 7 comments

It was my first visit to this swanky, snobbish hotel in Mumbai – no wedding of any celeb is apparently complete without at least one function being held here (am … Read More »

Stillness speaks

3 years ago / 9 comments

GIF images have been around for a while. I have been told 25 years. And we have all seen the funny memes etc. But Gifs have been increasingly used by … Read More »

Of Railways, Steam Engines & Wet Platforms : From Bijay Biswaal’s Magic Brush

3 years ago / 12 comments

One of the most beautiful things about the internet is that it enables you to ‘meet’ people from different walks of life, people whom you possibly may not have connected … Read More »

A Solo

3 years ago / 2 comments

A story needs no words. And often I end up drawing stories which is typically called a Silent book. Here is the first Silent Book I had written or rather … Read More »

13 Ways To Illustrate Victory – Sports In Art

3 years ago / 2 comments

Sports And The Visual Arts have a lot in common. Grace, Discipline, Practice, Creativity and more. Here is a collection Campus Shoes has compiled of some great sports paintings that … Read More »

2D Artworks

3 years ago / 1 comments


Song Book

3 years ago / 5 comments

Songs they say do a lot of things, make you cry, laugh, forget or helps you become numb. But songs throw up images and colours as well. The same song … Read More »

Chasing New Rainbows by Manika Lal – A Must Read For The Modern Indian Reader

3 years ago / 0 comments

  I was skeptical about the appeal that this title might have held for me. However, it seemed like serious literature, not just some flashy buzzwords and ‘tailored-to-a-specific-audience’ cliches that … Read More »

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