her [2013]

08.04.14 @ 18:284

DJANGO UNCHAINED [2014]

08.04.14 @ 15:335

The Noose. My entry for Poster4Tomorrow, is against the repression of free speech in Iran. The poster uses the country’s flag colours and is based on the atrocities people were subjected to for exercising their freedom of speech during the government elections.
Housed in the permanent collections of Lahti poster museum and the Les Arts Deco museum.

03.14.14 @ 02:354

Dallas Buyers Club [2014]

03.02.14 @ 13:592

Sufi Rock. The idea was to marry the diverse musical traditions of Sufi & Rock together. The poster fused the jaali from Islamic architecture with the ‘sign of the horns’, a gesture widely used by rock and metal fans.

01.04.14 @ 14:3410

Katiyabaaz [2013] is a commission work. Do check out the trailer of this promising documentary on the electricity theft in Kanpur – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIcUMZwCc38

11.26.13 @ 12:5113

SAMURAI JACK [TV Series 2001 - 2004]

09.17.13 @ 02:0614

Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb [1964]

09.17.13 @ 01:5810

From Hell [2001]

08.17.13 @ 18:296

Ship of Theseus [2013]

08.03.13 @ 19:3814

Lootera [2013]

07.08.13 @ 19:3340

100 Years of Indian Cinema (Monochrome) (Commissioned cover art for Agi magazine) The idea is to do with the aspect of love in indian cinema and how it has changed evolved over the years. The visual alludes to a classic romantic moment in indian cinema, seen most prominently in Shree 420 and myriad other films. The flowers are used as a montage and reference to the moral censorship in our earlier films which did not allow for a kiss to be shown. In 100 yrs the flowers have been drawn, we have moved ahead, stayed with the times and may be at times even gone ahead but the still ‘the kiss’ is a much debated, talked out element.

05.11.13 @ 13:2017

100 Years of Indian Cinema (Technicolour)
(Commissioned cover art for Agi magazine)The idea is to do with the aspect of love in indian cinema and how it has changed evolved over the years. The visual alludes to a classic romantic moment in indian cinema, seen most prominently in Shree 420 and myriad other films.
The flowers are used as a montage and reference to the moral censorship in our earlier films which did not allow for a kiss to be shown. In 100 yrs the flowers have been drawn, we have moved ahead, stayed with the times and may be at times even gone ahead but the still ‘the kiss’ is a much debated, talked out element.

05.10.13 @ 15:3912

Animal Farm by George Orwell

05.07.13 @ 14:569

SHANGHAI [2012]

03.13.13 @ 17:058

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