It’s almost pitch black when his eyes open. The only sound he can hear is the loud splash from the tiny drops of water hitting the bottom of a ceramic basin in the corner, as they slowly escape the rusty tap above it. He looks around, and realises he’s tied to the chair by the… Continue reading The Horror Chair
Today is India’s Independence Day. The roads weren’t as chaotic with traffic, the trains were empty compared to the regular madness on a Friday. I went to South Mumbai and walked about, taking a few photographs along the way. These are the photographs I took, seeing stories in them.
Some time ago, I had the bright idea that I might be able to create my own pair of shoes out of old shoe soles and some painted canvas. ‘How hard could it be?’ It’s the one question you must NEVER follow up on after you’ve asked yourself, BELIEVE ME. I did, and here’s the… Continue reading Cobbling Up A Mess
A few days ago, I was invited to ISDI Parsons (Indian School of Design and Innovation), Mumbai, to be part of an external jury for the students of the current year. This was my first ever Jury Duty, and believe me, my excitement did not go unrewarded. Now, I want it made clear that I’m… Continue reading Jury Duty – The fun kind