The story follows a baby elephant, May, and highlights the relations elephant families share amongst themselves as well as with humans. Through May's story, the book attempts to touch on their value to our own existence, our connection to Mother Earth through them, their way of life and their roles; and also the consequences of tourism & poaching industries adding on to their plight. The book aims at highlighting our role as consumers in these industries and also our roles as fellow inhabitants of the planet.
Hey there! I hop you're doing well despite the current uncertainties and lockdown! We're all in this together, globally! I'm here to let you know about a new illustration I made yesterday for the online stores - Redbubble Society6 (shipping to India) Process video coming soon! I'm in the middle of a project based within [...]
Enjoy some soothing music while reading! About a month back, to study book illustrations and practice things on my own, I set a mini-ongoing-project for myself in which I selected scenes from a book I'm reading or have read before and illustrate it as per my interpretation / imagination. When I decided to start with [...]
One of my favourite songs, for you! Happy listening and reading 🙂 For many of us, staying indoors is not that big of a deal specially if we've been working from home for a while. But for the rest, it definitely is a huge adjustment and can bring about anxiety and frustration. I've noticed this [...]
Last year, I got an opportunity to illustrate, design and compile a poetry book for someone. A collection of Urdu Poetry translated to Hindi, with each poem carrying it's own colours and illustrations. Without any prior experience, I learned while working at it and it was a great experience. Stressful at times, mainly because technology [...]
Oh yes! A reader's worst nightmare and a time a little more annoying than periods. Actually, scratch that. I'd take a reading slump over periods any day! Thank you PCOD! Coming back to one of the worst things about being a reader (or the only worst thing about a reader?) - the dreadful slump. I've [...]