Some Green Humour with Rohan Chakravarty

He’s no Pangolin, but just might be a shape-shifter. Each week, he changes stripes to teach some wildlife basics, call out the world governments and give voice to ecological concerns on Green Humour, his much-acclaimed cartoon strip. Mr Prakash Javadekar as the environment minister is a recurring visitor but the potshots aren’t limited to him.Continue reading “Some Green Humour with Rohan Chakravarty”

Shades of love

Modern love may be a swipe away, but it’s still messy. Ask Mumbai-based illustrator Indu Harikumar. When she started 100 Indian Tinder Tales in 2016, it was through the prism of her own experience. As the circle expanded, out came stories of gay men finding love, extra-marital affairs, fleeting encounters, couples tying the knot, rather funny tales involving hair dressersContinue reading “Shades of love”

For the love of postcards

I don’t recollect when I started collecting them, just that they are piling over, spilling out of files now. Not that I’m complaining. Over the course of my travels, it just became a┬áhabit of sorts to hunt for postcards. Not the simple photographs you get from street sellers, but illustrations and quirky ones. Like theseContinue reading “For the love of postcards”