The first futuristic dialogue for The India Futures Project observes the statues that stand at the heart of our cities. We question why these statues need to transition from being mere structures to becoming performative models to warrant their place in the skylines of future India.
Rucha Dhayarkar’s 100 Day Project merges her love for clay and storytelling to create a charming world of stationery-eating slugs, obese butterflies, Diddleworks and more curious creatures to brighten your day.
For Valentine’s Day, we asked a few illustrators to show us the side of love no one really wants to talk about, ‘heartbreak’. The result is a series of reflective GIFs that were also displayed at the GIFIXIBIT for the launch of Design Fabric. If you didn’t catch the exhibit, you can view the work of the artists here.
In this romantically apocalyptic generation, staying in love is harder than asexual reproduction*. Aman Makkar shows us how to keep that romance blossoming in this quirky, introspective GIF photo essay for Design Fabric featuring 7 together-forever couples. *In 2016, Leonie the Zebra shark was the first female to reproduce without a partner.