Category Archives: Art

Flesh and Bricks

This is a series of collages I developed as part of a self-published zine. It expresses my continuous fascination with phenomenoloy in architecture- the abstraction of our senses and their relation to physical and metaphysical space. The text that accompanied the images

Flesh and Bricks

This is a series of collages I developed as part of a self-published zine. It expresses my continuous fascination with phenomenoloy in architecture- the abstraction of our senses and their relation to physical and metaphysical space. The text that accompanied the images

MCA Zine Fair 2013

I have been completely busy for the last few months doing many side projects, including starting a small zine collective with a few friends, Zine Pool. As part of this project, I have been working on some small collages based

MCA Zine Fair 2013

I have been completely busy for the last few months doing many side projects, including starting a small zine collective with a few friends, Zine Pool. As part of this project, I have been working on some small collages based

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identity is gradual

Identity is gradual, cumulative; because there is no need for it to manifest itself, it shows itself intermittently, the way a star hints at the pulse of its being by means of its flickering light. But at what moment in

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identity is gradual

Identity is gradual, cumulative; because there is no need for it to manifest itself, it shows itself intermittently, the way a star hints at the pulse of its being by means of its flickering light. But at what moment in

DIY- Peggy Necklace

I came across Sandra Backlund‘s amazingly sculptural fashion pieces the other day, and one particular piece struck me (see above). Her fantastic innovation of forming beautiful objects out of pegs is truly inspiring! So simple yet complex, an everyday object

DIY- Peggy Necklace

I came across Sandra Backlund‘s amazingly sculptural fashion pieces the other day, and one particular piece struck me (see above). Her fantastic innovation of forming beautiful objects out of pegs is truly inspiring! So simple yet complex, an everyday object

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Forgotten Faces

I came across some prints I made in an art workshop last year. We were told to engage with the subject of a stranger’s face (I actually think the face belongs to Joaquin Phoenix) and collected various paper materials to print

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Forgotten Faces

I came across some prints I made in an art workshop last year. We were told to engage with the subject of a stranger’s face (I actually think the face belongs to Joaquin Phoenix) and collected various paper materials to print

Surprising Spirals

Can you guess what the spiralling object is made from? Look a little bit closer…they’re cotton buds! The mini-sculpture arose from a project brief to design an object using the same element repeatedly. I chose cotton buds (because they were

Surprising Spirals

Can you guess what the spiralling object is made from? Look a little bit closer…they’re cotton buds! The mini-sculpture arose from a project brief to design an object using the same element repeatedly. I chose cotton buds (because they were

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Henna Art

I was at an Indian Festival a few weekends ago, and got my very first henna tattoo! I’ve been obsessed with it ever since (the image above shows the henna design I recently got on my arm). Henna is basically a

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Henna Art

I was at an Indian Festival a few weekends ago, and got my very first henna tattoo! I’ve been obsessed with it ever since (the image above shows the henna design I recently got on my arm). Henna is basically a