Thursday, March 26, 2009

With 50 long years in the fright business and the pressure of monsterdom crushing down on him, Balthazar finally succumbed.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Was this a fallout of Global Warming? Or the sadistic handiwork of Dr. Savio?

Whatever it was, the people of Clayville were spooked.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Wilbert thought his chance at love had long passed him by ... and just then, Mildred happened!

Friday, March 13, 2009

Intergalactic f-up

Explorers Log: When confronted, Plutonians have a tendency to point and vomit uncontrollably.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Big Boy Leroy

Somewhere between his left molar and canine, Leroy realised that he just wasn't a morning person.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

The small picture

Most often, but unbeknowst to us, beauty is staring us in the face.
The overhead light fixture. Patterns on a leaf. Paan stains on an old wall. The graphic patterns formed by cracks on a sidewalk. Droplets on a window pane. But we hardly notice these things.
That's probably because we're conditioned to see beauty through convention - The snow capped mountain range, the shiny red sports car, palm trees ... the tropical beach.
But if we refocus a bit, we'll soon notice that everyday, ordinary things can in fact become very interesting. And very beautiful.

Friday, March 6, 2009




Pyro the Maniac

Everyday Jim

Old sea dog

Mylapore Maami

dabba walla


Recently, I've started messing around with clay. (Pun unintended)
Apart from allowing you to create any colour imaginable 
its also a super sensory experience. Moulding, twisting, stretching, pulling it this way and that, to create any shape and character you can think of.
What I love most about it, is that it make me feel like I'm 12 again. And I can spend hours, exploring my imagination, dredging it for shapes, faces and patterns. All this with a crazed looking in my eyes, giving my co-workers and people around the impression that I've finally lost the plot :)


Here are a few photographs, taken on random trips across India.

Cliched as it sounds, I absolutely love the way light and colours change so drastically across its borders and landscapes.