Commute Stories | Quarterly Issue 1, March 2018
An illustrator looks back at how her commute catalyses comfort
An initiative that preserves and promotes art on lorries—the original commute-vehicles for all our everyday things.
Commutes sometimes bring eccentric personalities into our prosaic lives. One such story.
The founder of a book-drop initiative along the Delhi Metro on how she found joy doing what she does.
Commutes—making you the star of your own story, while also teaching you of your insignificance
Despite being equipped with navigators, navigation systems, advice from your mother and your constant vigilance, nothing can prepare you for a ride around Bombay city
Daily Design | Quarterly Issue 2, July 2018
Some of our favorite creatives talk about their design-inspirations and tools that make everyday life easier for them.
Between loose sheets and punched holes or staples, this looped-trombone has offered the perfect mid-path to keeping our sheet(s) together .
A timeline of fascination and frustrations with the many tools that deliver a breakfast favourite to the table
A peek into interior-design when you live by an ice-stupa
On the importance of ornate balustrades
Snippets of textures and colours that you can #lookoutfor
From ink-pellets to orange-peeler knives: A meditation on the design of carefully curated found-objects
On being inspired and informed by flora and fauna
Everywhere Art | Quarterly Issue 3, October 2018
An interview with the curators of a recent exhibit, shows how oft-overlooked art can be a catalogue of its times
Each letter of the alphabet is a work of art.
What sort of beauty do Kolkata’s roadside print-out posters, with faces of many girls and women, depict?
In Delhi, the Tripolia Gates in the city’s north stand like silent sentinels through modern urban chaos
A host of art projects around the world are showing how to find and sustain creativity and wonder through common sights
Unlikely pieces of art in a secret, lush green field
An illustrated poster at a nearby health clinic causes much discomfort between a mother-and-daughter duo