Graphicshelf talks with Artist Nina Sabnani

Nina Sabanani interview

Graphicshelf interviews artist and storyteller Nina Sabnani, as she talks about her works, her books and provides tips for beginners. What made you choose visual as a medium of expression or storytelling? It’s been a long time since I made the decision! (chuckles) I studied fine arts in college and was torn between Painting and … Read moreGraphicshelf talks with Artist Nina Sabnani

BEDx Author, Rushil Bhatnagar talks to Graphicshelf

Graphicshelf interviews BEDx author Rushil Bhatnagar, as he talks about how BEDx was born, his inspirations and about zines. What got you into zines and illustrations? Where did it all begin for you? I was in London for a semester exchange, pursuing advertising, discovering the power of print media and other mediums to put across … Read moreBEDx Author, Rushil Bhatnagar talks to Graphicshelf

Interview with Indian Artist and Storyteller Ankitha Kini

Read graphicshelf interview of Indian Artist and Animator Ankitha Kini, as she talks about her story, inspirations and influences. Where did it all begin for you? What made you get into writing /drawing graphic novels or art in general? It all began with an extremely boring and lonely childhood. I was a shy child with … Read moreInterview with Indian Artist and Storyteller Ankitha Kini

Brown Paperbag Comic’s Sailesh talks to Graphicshelf

Brown Paper Bag

Sailesh Gopalan began Brown Paperbag Comic on June 2016 while studying animation at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Bangalore. Brown Paperbag Comic went viral within a month after its launch, getting over 70,000 followers in first three weeks. Where did it all begin for you? What made you get into writing /drawing … Read moreBrown Paperbag Comic’s Sailesh talks to Graphicshelf

In conversation with the master of sequential art, Orijit Sen

There are a few things that are incomparable, and understandably in a more obvious sense, all such things are usually non-human. But sometimes, some exceptional individuals surpass those limits, showing the rest of the world what can be achieved while being in the ‘ambits’ of being human and Dr. Sen is one such example. The … Read moreIn conversation with the master of sequential art, Orijit Sen

Graphicshelf in conversation with S. Anand

Famous for its scathing and unequivocal take on caste issues, Navyana is one rare gem of a publishing house which is not chasing ‘sales’ in a world rife with propaganda ridden or shallow content. More so, Navyana has not only written conventional textbooks about serious caste issues, it has also published exemplary graphic novels like … Read moreGraphicshelf in conversation with S. Anand