‘Picnic for One’ is inspired by the calmness and quaint beauty of Cubbon Park on a beautiful sunny day. This 20 X 16 feet mural resides in a lift room at Cubbon Park metro station. It was painted as a part of St+art Bangalore festival in November 2016.
This was my first mural and is also available as a limited edition of 50, 6 colour hand-pulled screen prints.
Bombay Duck Designs, Mumbai
Kulture Shop, Mumbai
Studio Khirki, Delhi
Desert Island, Brooklyn, New York
THE GLU AFFAIR
‘Tea Ceremony’ is inspired by the GLU Affair’s founder’s travel stories of Japan. The brand focuses on creating unique t-shirt designs based mainly on music, travel and food.
This artwork was created for the Women’s Day special event that Sofar held in Pune in March, 2019
Facebook AIR mural
‘Hope’ is a hundred feet long mural showing people and nature coexisting in absolute harmony. The need of the hour.
Painted at the BKC Facebook office in Mumbai as a part of Facebook Artist in Residence Program.
Created specially for couples about their unique stories, these cards were screen printed and foil stamped to look extra special to invite loved ones for the special day!
Cats & Flowers zine
This was originally a 75ft mural painted pro bono for CARE cat shelter in Whitefield, Bangalore.
The zine opes up as an accordion fold to reveal the entire illustration.
The article talks about the ‘Mountain Echoes’ Literary Festival held in Bhutan and how the serenity of Bhutan is a perfect backdrop for the festival and the beautiful interactions that transpire.
This doodle was dedicated to Anandibai Joshi who was India’s first Western woman doctor, released on 31st March 2018, Anandi’s 153rd birthday.
Anandi, at the age of 9, was married to Gopalrao Joshi who encouraged her to study right after they got married. They lost their infant child due to lack of proper healthcare in India at the time and this prompted Anandi to pursue medicine in the US. She had to go through a lot before she could finally study at the women’s university in Pennsylvania. And even after becoming one of the first women doctors and the first Indian woman to ever set foot on American soil, Anandi soon passed away because of tuberculosis. Her journey however paved way for many many women to be able to pursue education and higher studies. Indian astronomers have even named a crater on Venus after her!
This illustration is based on the quote “You cannot open a book without learning something” -Confucius
Created for CMR University’s 2018 calendar and diary.
Terrace mural for WeWork’s Kormangala, Bangalore building themed ‘garden city’.
GQ Editorial illustrations
Various illustrations for GQ India’s TALK section.
Packaging design for a popular children’s clothing brand Hopscotch.
Here the packaging is used as an educational tool to teach children about the most unique things about our world architecturally and wildlife wise, right from the Pyramids in Egypt to the Polar bears in Arctic.
Orchid Whitefield Events Hall
‘Celebration’- mural created for Orchid Whitefield In Bangalore. The mural covers the entrance wall of the Events Hall of this residential complex where events such as birthday parties, weddings etc. would be held.
Orchid Whitefield Cafe Wall
‘Interactions’ - Cafe wall mural at Orchid Whitefield
We decorate various animals on various occasions as a part of our culture.
A horse is decked with fabric and is a ride for the groom on the wedding day, an elephant is always adorned with colours in a temple and cows are decorated with pigments and flowers before being worshipped.
This series is my tribute to the celebration of these animals.