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Anpu Varkey's art belongs to the streets and its citizens. Check out the work of this street artist and graphic novelist

Anpu Varkey is a street artist and graphic novelist who believes in the power of stories and the magic of places. We speak to her about what inspires her work on the streets and on paper

Published on 17th March 2021
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This Odisha boy is making unique sculptures with matchsticks. Check it out

Saswat Ranjan Sahoo is an 18-year-old college student who is giving matchsticks a new life with his funky sculptures

Published on 10th March 2021
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The #MeanwhileInKerala Project is a loud and colourful answer to current affairs in Kerala

Unnikrishna M Damodaran's recent work will be displayed at the Lokame Tharavadu art exhibition which is set to be held in Alappuzha

Published on 10th March 2021
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Women's Day: This Hyderabad woman quit her corporate job in her late 40s to study art

Lakshmi Jagannath is an artist. Not just a hobby artist, she is on her way to becoming a professional artist. She is now pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Lalit Kalakshetra, Coimbatore 

Published on 6th March 2021
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When Arthur Conan Doyle responded to the call of a Parsi lawyer  

In 2010, she set up the Noor Inayat Khan Memorial Trust and campaigned for a memorial for the WWII British spy of Indian descent, who was captured and executed by the Gestapo

Published on 24th February 2021
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How Aninda Dey balances a day job while doing some killer charcoal paintings

Aninda Dey, a self-taught artist has created some unique charcoal paintings and exhibited them at Bengaluru's famous art exhibition, Chitra Santhe. He tells us why he chooses to paint using charcoal

Published on 10th February 2021
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On her marquage: How this artist is sprucing up old handbags and shoes with her vivid artwork

Shirin Watwani is a Chennai-based marquage artist who is painting on clothing and accessories to give them an arty makeover

Published on 10th February 2021
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Kavya's quest: This 34-year-old is driving solo across India to network with native artisans and help popularise their work

Kavya Saxena is on a solo mission. For six months, she is travelling to six states of India to document the crafts that don't get enough attention. This is the purpose behind why she is doing it...

Published on 9th February 2021
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How art journaling made the COVID-19 lockdown 'therapeutically' bearable for art lovers across India

Art journaling goes way beyond creativity and also helps in self-care therapy. We find out more about how some artists across the country used this to sail through the lockdown in 2020.

Published on 8th February 2021
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I am Roghi: This Kerala student draws striking images on leaves, fruits and berries. Here's why you'll love them

Rahul Sivan draws lifelike and intricately detailed portraits of himself and other people on leaves, fruits and berries under the name I Am Roghi

Published on 4th February 2021
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This Architecture graduate is creating awareness about long-forgotten Tamil artforms

Prathiusha Saravanan is aiming to revive some ancient and traditional artforms through her range of merchandise on her Instagram page

Published on 3rd February 2021
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Meet the six-year-old whose brilliant paintings were on the cover of this year's Kerala Budget

Aman Shazia Ajay, fondly called Akku is a second-grader of Government Girls' Lower Primary School, Vadakkancherry

Published on 20th January 2021
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Master the delicate art of brush-lettering with the help of this 24-year-old alumna of NIT Rourkela

Priyanjita Adhikari tells us how she started brush-lettering and how she is helping others along the way. She pursued her higher education from NIT Rourkela who she credits for boradening her horizon

Published on 12th January 2021
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This 27-year-old debutante artist from Hyderabad's first exhibition was a treat. Here's what lies ahead for her

Tejaswy Swathi gathered all her nerves to conduct her first in-person exhibition and we find out how it went. It was a ten-day affair held at Café Rāsasvāda in Hyderabad and indeed, it was a delight

Published on 12th January 2021
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Anjali Mehta's sketches take on perceptions about gender in India — and illustrate a whole other story

Even though her focus is on women's issues, her sketches also talk about self-love, same-sex couples and modern technology, mostly criticising it

Published on 4th January 2021

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