Before I came into this world,my family already had our first dog. I was the +1 to this family. I have since loved dogs and rarely seen stray dogs as a threat. But, I have watched my friends run from not just strays but even from the domestic dogs. At the end of the day, we must understand that like all humans, dogs have similar emotions..they may not speak.. But living on the street is not something any of us like and it has nothing to do with being a human or a dog...
The “WOOF maadi!” campaign is an attempt at trying to get the people of Bangalore to nurture a relationship with a stray dog, that could lead to a possible adoption.
A poster I made for a party I was hosting after returning from Edinburgh in March, 2009
Merry Christmaaaas '08 Everybody
A wallpaper I had designed and sent out to close family and friends.
The Rip of Called Airlines
As much as I love this place, its over priced..Who charges 12rs for 1 idli and 17rs for a wada (that too in South India)? RIDICULOUS! But none the less..it's a nice place to hangout at! If u have more money and less brains..
Just a doodle on the way back to Edinburgh from London, on the train. The trees were too inspiring to be ignored.
A tribute to my fav. Yelahankan dog.. BOOTY!
Collage for a friends 21st Birthday.. Nandu, this one's for you! :)
Afghan Heroin Poster
A poster I created after watching a documentry on National Geographic
A Banner for my Website
I am terribly confused as to how I am going to create a poster. I would like to incorporate elements from the museum that set it apart from other conventional museums. The objects on display are not "dead" but when a layout is created they seem rather dull and drab. How does one get past this? I think, the poster should act as a CATALYST that will make a viewer consider vsiting the museum. I want the poster to simple but the message it carries should be brief yet strong.