My screen-printed poster the was up for auction at the Art Auction With Impact along with work by Lawrence Ferlinghetti show this past Saturday (22nd October, … More
Hope and Anxiety
Hope and anxiety. What will she be? Our state of mind around mid-September, 2010.
My poster at the same show with art by Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Gulp!
I have a little limited edition screen-printed poster up for auction along with work by Lawrence Ferlinghetti at the Art Auction With Impact show … More
At Long Last! Dylan Wins the Nobel Prize.
Like he needed a Nobel Prize to confirm his genius, but a great tribute indeed.
Inching Towards Watercolors
I have been watching with much admiration Lisa Brown posting a watercolor sketch every single day. I was so inspired to … More
Spring Forward with the Tree of Life
Daylight Savings started this week, and spring officially starts on my birthday, March 20th, which, is also International Day for … More
Most of these sketches are from when I rode BART into the city. From around 2000??. I stopped sketching after a while, because I coudn’t find any purpose or meaning to them. Now, I wonder who they were? Where are they headed? What are they thinking? How do they view the world? How do YOU perceive them?
Ban Maggi? Nooooo!!!
The ban over Maggi has become national news in India. And, why not? It even featured prominently in a novel … More
Happy Birthday Vincent Van Gogh!
Here is a copy of his portrait I had made as a teenager. Unfortunately, I don’t have the original painting. … More
The Bomb and The General V2.2009
The original ‘The Bomb and the General’ is a delightfully optimistic, anti-war children’s book – written by Umberto Eco (The … More
LunaSpace is on Etsy
Some of you have asked me, if I ever sell any of the stuff that I have made. So, I … More
I made these illustrations for the introductory section of Malaria Dreams (Gautam Bhatia. Penguin. 1996) – a book about the … More