Maus: A Survivor’s Tale This Pulitzer winning graphic memoir is one of the most recommended and critically acclaimed graphic novels in the world. The incredible combination of words and pictures which were novel to the readers at the time of its first release in the 1980s forever altered the way serious readers think of … Read moreThree Graphic Novels which redefined the genre of Graphic Novels
If you still think that comic books are only for nerdy folks fanatical about superheroes, you’re missing a vivacious genre diversity of comics and its new age sibling graphic novels. Creative authors and illustrators are toying and experimenting with the stupendous possibilities of sequential art and a new genus of graphic memoirs and graphic … Read moreTry these graphic-based biographies to get smarter!
On a sullen November morning, we decided to meander through the streets of Delhi to explore India’s first public art district- The Lodhi Art District. Located between Khanna Market and Mehar Chand Market, the district displays museum grade art through murals. Reaching there was simple, we got down at the gate no. 1 of Jorbagh … Read moreLodhi Art District: Exploring Street Art in Delhi
Buy Online Amazon Flipkart Author: Appupen Illustrator: Appupen Published: 2009 by BLAFT Publications No. of Pages: 268 Genre: Fiction, Fantasy Subthemes: Dystopia Timeline: Fictional Plot Analysis Art Analysis Plot Analysis Storyline: Moonward narrates the story of Halahala, a primordial landscape full of absurd creatures—a huge tortoise, giant robotic birds, weeping trees and cities grown from seeds. Full of dystopian … Read moreMoonward
Ramya is an independent designer, comic-maker and illustrator who likes to drink coffee and over-think. She collaborates with various folks making illustrations and comics, and build apps and websites. A graduate of Sir JJ Institute of Applied Art and National Institute of Design, she tries to explore different forms of visual expression, and finds it … Read moreConversations with Ramya Ramakrishnan
“A fighter to the opponent, Strongest of the strong” – This maxim illuminates the eminence of ‘Lord Dinkan’ conforming to the believers of a new sect of religion called ‘Dinkoism’. Dinkan, a mighty superhero mouse which first appeared in a Malayalam Children’s weekly ‘Balamangalam’ in 1983, featuring a yellow suit, a red brief and a … Read moreThe Curious Case of Lord Dinkan