With a little help from new media, the vast iconography of India and the infinite possibilities of the Internet combined, we aim to take the visual beyond just 'aesthetic' to the point where it pushes every boundary of impactful story-telling and creating content for our age.

Gods Taking Selfies began as a multimedia project recycling archived scriptures of South East Asian Gods and Goddesses to create relatable content.

Nominated by Shorty Awards 2017 for the best of content on Tumblr category.

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The visual language developed for the promotional campaign of the collaborative road trip through Vietnam. 

Client: The RoadTrip Experience Project, Bangalore

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A crowdsourced online storytelling project as part of the UK-India Year of Culture, in collaboration with 7 artists from both countries.

Client: Aardman Animations (UK) in association with British Council India

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A short teaser for the BBZ show-up at V&A Museum, London, celebrating people of colour (November 2016) 

Client: BBZ in association with GalDem, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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An ongoing series of close-up portraits of everyday people doing their routine, boring things. 

Client: Independent artwork commissioned by Of10, a co-working space in Powaii.

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A four-part visual essay 'You are here but you don't belong' looks at Europe's impending issue of immigration from an outsider/ tourist's perspective, personal accounts of displacement and designing inclusive cities.

Collaborators: Can Serrat Art Residency, Spain

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