Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Princess Easy Pleasy

Christmas came a bit early this year! You can purchase this book by Natasha Sharma and me from the Karadi Tales website.
Below is a page from the book. Princess Easy Pleasy can be read by Princes as well :-).

Monday, September 21, 2015

Friday, August 21, 2015

Paison ki Paathshala

Illustrations made to promote Going to School's 'Paison ki Paathshaala' radio programme that was aired in 4 cities around India. From left to right, Mumbai, Chennai, Pune and Delhi. On the right, is a Delhi auto sporting one of the illustrations :)
Picture courtesy: Going to school.

Sunday, August 16, 2015


Cover for Rohini Chowdhury's english translation 'Chandrakanta'. Originally written in Hindi by Devaki Nandan Khatri,
it is considered to be the first work of prose in the modern Hindi language. 

Sunday, July 5, 2015

What's that Munch?

What's that Munch written and illustrated by me  for WonderBoxx as a part of the July box at http://wonderboxx.com/shop/toddlo/amazing-animals/

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Posters for the Justice Project films

Set of film posters designed The Justice Project. These films reflect on the nature of the relationship 
between law and justice and document the struggles of individuals and movements that emerge from
the strange ways in which  the law sometimes operates in the sub continent, in turn shedding light its 
unjustness. For information on the screenings go here.

Messy Baby (for Wonderboxx)

Messy Baby is a picture book  I illustrated for Wonderboxx. Head over to their website or facebook page if you have children between the ages of 1-8 who like to build things, read and love doing DIY stuff. This picture book which is part of wonderboxx's range, and has been written by the wonderful Vaani Arora.

Friday, February 13, 2015

Everyday Happiness Mantras

This came in the mail today. I luuuve making trees with
flowers and creepers. Title design by Maithili Doshi.

Friday, February 6, 2015

Grandma's bag of stories.. and more

Cover illustration and insides for three books by Sudha Murty published by Puffin. 

City tales for Oxford university press Pakistan

Here are images from a series of four books I illustrated for Oxford
University Press, Pakistan. Written by the wonderful Rumana Husain, the City
Tales series is a set of bilingual books based on the adventures of  two 
sisters Sonya and Aanya. Soumya Rajendran did a short interview about 
the collaboration with Rumana and me. You can read it here.