Illustration for Soup Magazine, India. Meera Ganapati writes about plants our mothers raised and the ones we nurture now. Have our plants found new purpose in an intensely changing planet?
Walk through Alber’s Square. Josef Albers's nested squares and color relationships. Homage to Albers's Square: Closing
Hulla Gulla I Commotion
Wandering on the bird’s song | Blue Whistling Thrush | Himalayas
Louis Kahn's body of work inspires the shapes, light and scale in this piece.
Magnificent monuments like this are tightly woven in the city's narrative. They transcend centuries, and while doing so keep redefining the purpose of their existence as the city grows and evolves around them. At times, in their quiet dignity, they become support structure and backdrop for the hawkers and life in general. Bhadra fort was built in 1411AD by Sultan Ahmad Shah.
Best beaches near NYC, spot illustration
Hide and Seek. Personal illustration depicting my travel through India and Bhutan in 2017. Patterns are a mix of geometric shapes and regional Indian designs like Madras check plaid.
Day trips and excursions, India
Summer Read, quick line drawing
Portrait of a chef on a cigarette break. Brooklyn miniatures. Ongoing illustrated series of regular people, inspired by Deccan miniature portraits of nobles
Fort Greene Park, quick line drawing
Politics and economics of subsidized state canteens in India
Rockettes, The Christmas Spectacular, Indian-New Yorker Series
Portrait of a girl in tortoise shell glasses and iced latte. Brooklyn miniatures. Ongoing illustrated series of regular people, inspired by Deccan miniature portraits of nobles
Objects and Interiors, New Mexico
Festive Cookie Box Sleeve for Madras Market Lane. Decorative motifs include Bauhinia trees, Chettinad sari and Madras check
Portrait of an intense biker on Kent Ave. Brooklyn miniatures. Brooklyn Miniatures. Ongoing illustrated series of regular people, inspired by Deccan miniature portraits of nobles