~ H a p p y N e w Y e a r 2 0 1 8 ~ I wanted to make a comic on how we usually set lofty goals as our new year goals, and ignore the small things. Advertisements
I recently shifted to Delhi after having lived in Mumbai for ~2 years. The concept of what home is something all of us struggle with, and this comic was made as I was building up my new life in Delhi – a collection of ideas or things that you associate with home. The thought that … More Home
Inspirations: A midnight tea session with a friend ‘Importance of Living’ by Lin Yutang Sufjan Steven’s album ‘Planetarium’ Wabi Sabi
A short comic I wrote, inspired by the poem ‘Masks’ by Shel Silverstein.
“Arey, mein woh Milind Soman ka interview dekh raha tha. Ye log unse pooch rahe the ki woh kya khaathe hain marathon training ke liye. Aur unhone bola ki woh bas normal daal chaawal khaate hain. Aur kele. Bas simple Indian food hi sabse best hai, yeh pasta wasta toh bekar hai yaar”, said a … More What I talk about when I talk about running
The text of the comic is a bunch of quotes by Anais Nin (whose another quote I had made into a comic as well), William Blake, and Huxley that I put together. I happened to read Huxley’s “Doors of Perception” a while back, and it is one of the most influential books I have ever come … More Perception
I have an inadvertently formed tradition of spending Diwali in the Himalayas. For the last four years, I have been celebrating the festival of lights nestled up in some quaint Himalayan town. Sadly, the tradition was broken this year. As Diwali approached, I started getting distressed, and the pull of the mountains were far too … More 20161029_Valley of Flowers_V2
Radiohead is one of my all time favorite bands, and it has been on my mind since I started drawing comics to make one using song lyrics. Here is me doing fan adoration to this amazing set of musicians! The songs from which the lyrics are taken, in order of the panels are: Weird Fishes/Arpeggi Karma … More Subterranean Homesick Alien
I took this quote by Anais Nin that I came across on Facebook and modified it to the comic above. PS. I enjoyed drawing the stars.
“Murakami!? Haruki Murakami!?”, Akimi asked in surprise. The joy at the sound of something familiar was apparent on her face. “Yeah, both of us are big fans. Kafka on the Shore, loved it. I read it twice, back to back”, said Azeem. I told her the names of the other Murkami books I have read, … More Good weather for an airstrike