Thank you. heart emoticon This year has been crazy hard for me. But you've been there through every, EVERY step of the way. Done for me, what I wouldn't expect any single person to do. I am and always will be grateful to all of this and all of you. I love you Ladoo. Thank you for always driving the dark away.
Had a ton of fun working on this for TEDx Bangalore!
Enjoyed the speakers amidst all the chaos last Sunday!
Thank you so much for having me!
Besides that, here's a little bit about the illustration:
Kindness. Isn't it odd how rare it is these days? Whether it's arguments going overboard on comment sections on the internet, or things of a much grander scale in the world.
Why has it become so hard to be tolerant? To live and let live? To be able to love freely? To be kind? Where are we headed?
My take on all or nothing, is a somewhat utopic image. A world where we can love, support and protect, not just one another, but other forms of life as well. We can try, hope isn't dead. If we do nothing, all may be lost, But if we all come together, nothing is impossible.
Also got some great press from Homegrown and Bangalore Mirror! Thanks so so much for the features, luckily managed to get the paper! :D
This particular loop has been a bit of a personal one to me. I am currently recovering from knee surgery. I had a terrible fall in June and have been trying my hardest to get back some normalcy in my life. And I am finally happy to say that I am able to walk again, somewhat of a mountainous achievement in my eyes.
So here you go, remember to hit the ground running, and feel grateful that you still have your wings.
Check out the other talented people on our loopers group!
Had the wondeful opportunity to work with Puffin Books, on the World Wide Fund for Nature's - Wild Wisdom Quiz Book! I personally love animals and see the importance to conserve wildlife. This was tons of fun to do, and I hope you enjoy the visuals as much as I did while creating them!
There are so many stories that are worth recognition. My friend Rudro Bhandary's HOPANTA, is one of them. A story told with a sense of raw innocence, beautiful in it's own simplicity.
Rudro is a fantastic story teller, film maker and a truly wonderful human being, with a simple heart and a passion to bring such stories to the screen. But he's not going to be able to do this without you.
Being an independent film maker isn't a breeze at all, especially when it comes to funds. So why don't we all get together to help him out? Even a small contribution could really boost it's chances. He also has little surprises set aside for your participation.