Archive for September, 2011

September 28, 2011

Wild Howlses.

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September 28, 2011

Fish Kitty – III

No fish. No fish. Nope, no fish neither. No fish. No. No. No fish. Has fish – waitaminnit! Mew! Purr! <rubs-around-the-ankles-makes-nice> Now gimme fish.

September 28, 2011

Cultivated Cannibals.

For an alphabet-rhyme by the awesome Beth Post.

September 22, 2011

God of War.

Here’s a bite out of a new comic scripted by Arjun Kolady (and drawn by me) for the Small Picture – the Wednesday full page editorial comic by Manta Ray in the business awesome Mint newspaper.

This piece, called God of War, first appeared in the newspaper on September 14, 2011, and you can read the entire page  here.

Here’s the London Riots interpreted by the brilliant Aindri Chakraborty and here’s the thought-provoker Hemant Jain on the Indian Tigger-tiger.

September 7, 2011

The Sound of Mewsic.

This here is the cover for Brainwave magazine, the September issue!

Inside, there’s a highly wacksome illustrated article (linking Pythagoras, pigeon-poo covered telescopes, and atmospheric buzz) called The Music of the Spheres that I wrote and you can read.

September 1, 2011

The Revolution will be Televised.

The Small Picture is a full-page comic published every Wednesday by Manta Ray, in the smart and orange-in-just-the-right-places daily Mint. Here’s my collaborative work with the twisted scriptsmith Arjun Kolady. It’s the very first piece of it’s kind to appear in the newspaper, and is packed with thoughts, opinions, information dredged out of the backs and fronts and middles of our collective brains.

Remember the times when you were small enough to lie on top of a newspaper and dive into a pagefull of comics? Obviously, The Small Picture is best viewed in the printed paper edition of Mint, where it first appears, every Wednesday. This piece was published on 31st Aug 2011.

Read the comic at a larger resolution on page 23 of the August 31 edition of Mint.