October 25, 2013

My Cup of Tea

Trusha and Shreyas are exhibiting illustration work at Kynkyny Art gallery today onwards!


Creating Change: Design Writings from India


Creating Change: Design Writings from India is an effort by British Council and Kyoorius to support and generate more awareness about design writing. The book, which was released at the Kyoorius Design Yatra this year,  features twelve essays by designers, architects and writers, discussing design and its possibilities in India. Shreyas, from our studio, was one of the contributing writers. 

Check out her essay on design writing in India, and other essays here.



August 23, 2013

Typewriter Tip Tip Tip Tip Karta Hai

Title obviously whacked from THE typewriter anthem, which also served as a most approrpiate BGM while we unwrapped this beauty.

How does this fit together?!
The typewriter whisperer arrives


video
Anyone else think this looks like a DJ's console?




Excuse us while we go do some tip tip tip ;)

March 3, 2013

Shanthamani's Open Studio Preview

Artist friend and studio neighbour, Shanthamani had an open studio preview of some of her recent works.

From top to bottom: 'Back Bone', 'Icarus/Jatayu' and 'Hands'.
Material: Wood charcoal with cotton rag pulp

Photo credit: Mallikarjun B Katakol

February 22, 2013

Writer's Reading


This week, our resident bard had a reading of his poetry at Urban Solace, Bangalore.
To catch up on what was missed, head over to Writer's Ink.

February 21, 2013

ColourNext 2013: Behind the Scenes

It's that time of the year again. Here are some snapshots of the studio during the weeks leading up to last week's annual colour forecast by Asian Paints. This year, ColourNext 2013 (the 10th year of ColourNext, and Trapeze's third year of working on CN) was launched at India Design ID 2013, Delhi.

Sreekanth and Ram with the installation for Upcycled.
Hum.an with Moonraft
Glitter Studio working on paper casting, with Shanthamani (consultant), for Taste of Earth.

February 19, 2013

Ceci n'est pas une pipe


Not exactly what Magritte meant...but after all the cutting and welding (and gif-ing), these were definitely not just pipes any more.