Connections
Art

Connections

People perceive the environment and the need for its conservation differently. This difference is driven by social, economic, and political factors. A person’s relationship with the nature around them defines their desire to protect the same. These three panels of art are inspired by a tribal community from India called Warli. The Warli tribe is … Continue reading

The Appeal Behind LEGO Movies and TV Shows
Writing

The Appeal Behind LEGO Movies and TV Shows

Apart from being the classic toy for generations, LEGO has now established itself as a viable contender for movie-goers and show-watchers around the world, from their wildly successful standalone movies (The Lego Movie 1 and 2), to their TV shows (Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitsu, the Marvel and Justice League episodes, Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, etc.) to their franchised movies (The Lego Batman … Continue reading

Language
Poetry / Writing

Language

Featured art by Gujjarappa Bg The coloniser’s oppression fractured The grasp on my mother tongue — a complete mess formulated; Languages spoken countless Learnt relearnt and traced to their birthing ground — trans-generational Words and syllabi exuding soft — honey dew-ish  Ambrosial nectar churning a web of comfort and homeliness Yet the coloniser’s language cuts my … Continue reading

Nostalgia
Art

Nostalgia

These artworks are the embodiment of a cancelled summer. A limited colour palette and wistful memories come together seamlessly to create 6 images that are merry, high-spirited and spunky. An ode to the summers we took for granted, and hope in favour of better times yet to come, each image is an indication of what … Continue reading

If there were no words
Writing

If there were no words

Featured image by Noor Khan before we rustle out of our beds the rooster cuckoos the world awake light nimble feet, turn into stomping soldiers speedily   in the shush of a bright morning the milkman traverses through our ‘pada’ his cycle crunching through the unrepaired, gravel-y gullies the clanking spoon in my mug as … Continue reading