Yoga in the Times of Deadline

Yoga on radio. Yoga from mantri. Yoga on television. Yoga to sell Patanjali. Yoga for health. Yoga for harmony. Turning and twisting, arguing and insisting. And here we are caught in a strange knot. Yoga for you and yoga for me.

International-Yoga-DAy

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Age of Innocence: Character Three

Project: Age of Innocence

Category: Character Design

Insight: Little Monk Norbu is enticed by the metaphysics of reality. His mind is unwavering from his goal to reach the realm of the ancient saints. Two years ago he took the solemn oath to never eat lollipops again. Since then he has become a constant source of fascination and amusement for the birds and squirrels alike.

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How to Save Electricity Everyday?

Save electricity while not in use.

100 Pipers’ “The Good You Can” campaign encourages people to make a small shift in lifestyle to bring about a momentous change in the world.

The “Electricity” video shows that a massive amount of electricity is wasted  by keeping appliances on stand by mode. A conscious effort to save electricity by refraining from using stand by mode adds up in making a big difference.

TURN THE MAIN SWITCH OFF.
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Client: 100 Pipers India (Pernod Ricard)

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Age of Innocence: Character Two

Project: Age of Innocence

Category: Character Design

Insight: Gramsci has been waiting for the school to reopen throughout the summer holidays. He refuses to let go of his bag. Unlike his cousins, he is more interested in pie-charts than apple pie.

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Age of Innocence: Character One

Project: Age of Innocence

Category: Character Design

Insight: On the second Sunday of March, Miss Gopchu O’Neele waits for the bus to Timbak square. She has heard that Frufru, the famous pink elephant of the Queen is in the town. She is very excited yet she waits patiently at the stop. She is scared to blink in case she misses the bus.

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Concept Art: Showreel

We often talk about suspension of disbelief as a medium to understand the nuances of a fictional world. An alien universe, a foreign land, a zone distant from our ‘standard’ way of understanding.

Is science fiction possible because we believe in a logical progression of things yet keep alive our disbelief? Is it our disbelief that colours our sense of wonder?

What do you think?