The Lady of Shalott

The most beautiful piece ever written. My heart never stops to ache, nomatter how many times I read it. Sucks that there is such beauty in tragedy. I did this artwork as part of my Illustration course in semester III. The assignment was to choose a painting by one of the Masters and illustrate it … Continue reading


Simple things are beautiful.

Illustration Friday: Sight

                                            So it’s a slightly twisted representation. But there’s a story here. Back in 2011, our Graphic Design batch went on a trip to Goa, because Kyoorius Design Yatra was taking place there. On … Continue reading

The Tempest

Measure the hope of that moment, that feeling. Everything else will be measured against it. – David Levithan

Illustration Friday: Kernel

Kernel.┬áThe┬ácentral or most important part of something. The core. I’ve been experimenting. For the longest time I couldn’t figure out what kernel meant, for me. I started out by drawing some rough sketches with the heart at the core and somewhere along the way (which was long and frustrating and full of distractions) it turned … Continue reading


Aishwarya Ganeshan                                                   Batchmate and assignment partner, my job was to illustrate her as she will be, were she on the cover of a global magazine. She is vibrant, positive, ambitious … Continue reading


Sarnath Banerjee Graphic novelist extraordinaire.

Illustration Friday: Hitched

love, love, love Another entry for Illustration Friday! This week’s prompt is “Hitched” ! A critical (and wise) soul pointed out my tendency to use shades, darker colors for my artworks. The palette appeals to me,yes. I wonder why.. Theories on this will follow!

What if..

To remind myself that there is no correct order. There are just a whole lot of possibilities. p.s. This is also my entry for the Illustration Friday topic ‘Imagination’

Twitchbug ?

I swear, I’m curious.