Friday, June 8, 2012

I'm mostly lazy, I confess.

Another year in college. I'm happy when I'm making things. Here are some that I have digital files for.

Postscript, the annual journal for the English Literary Society, St. Stephen's College.
 


Back Cover                                                             Front Cover

The Moviegoer: journal from the Cine Club, St. Stephen's College:

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The Cats Will Know a poetry chapbook that 3 of us got out at the end of this year

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Logo design for Body of Evidence, the Crime Fiction Conference hosted by our department

Posters for the same (note: the two photographs are borrowed)







play poster: The Real Inspector Hound






And finally the annual production of the Shakespeare Society St. Stephen's College. Macbeth. Photographs by Nadeem and Rishi.






Friday, February 3, 2012

Forward: IF


One click and the whole world knows what's on your mind. For Illustration Friday, after a hiatus.

Friday, July 1, 2011

IF: Midsummer's Night


This is cheating a bit because I drew this 2 years back. But it didn't feature on my blog and it fits so well with this week's theme, so here's Lady Midnight stitching stars on a midsummer's night.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Summer Holidays= a good time to revive IF-ing!

I feel bad about not doing almost a year's worth of IF. Sigh. I hope to launch the good old habit again with this week's theme.

IF: Launch


Sinohi decided that it was good time to launch her career in the rocket-business.

Saturday, June 4, 2011

this year(I mean academic college year, I'm no time-traveller) ran like a rabbit on roller skates

and here's my little 'miscellaneous' works, college creativity, shall we say:

First up, my first logo-design which now is the official logo (shiny sparks) of the Shakespeare Society's annual one-act play competition, the Rajpal Memorial:




While I'm at it, I designed the poster (and had much fun backstage) for the Shakespeare Society's annual production, Othello. The poster has three versions:

1. I call this the pull the strings version:


2. and this the bad anime version

3. and I don't call this anything, it's the official poster-cum-brochure-cover version


note: the Othello-Desdemona-Iago of 1 & 2 are all paper cut-outs



and then another logo for the English Literary Society's annual fest LOGOS:


this year's theme: Literature and the Body, hence the open book, the torso emerging from it which transforms into the nib of a pen writing the book.

I might as well put up the stuff drawn for blogs:
1.my illustration of The Thought Fox by Ted Hughes (for the English Literary Society's blog)

2. follow me!
3. and the header for a blog which a few of us have just begun (click picture, go visit!)


and this was a little musical endeavour:


So it's been quite an interesting First Year... of posters and logos and elephants and all, so here's looking at a more-creative second year:

(and this was random)

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Let me tell you a story.



Promises Are Made Under Trees




Arrows Break Everything






Rain Makes It Colder






Once Upon a Time


Saturday, October 2, 2010

the night did not call out you. why did you go then Porphyria?

For Browning...




She left the light and
warmth of home...the clouds threatned...the wind tried to pull her back...there were stones in her path...the moon tried to warn her...the candle would soon go out too...but Porphyria...why did you go outdooors that night?