The thronging crowds full of the young and the slightly older. All drawn together with the common thread of wonder that they all feel in their unique way. The wonder of worlds that exist only in the pages of books and on the silver screen.
That’s the wonder Comic Con brings to everyone and its been an absolute blast these last few days feeling the raw energy from the crowd. Read More
Day 2 of Comic Con had its share of fun and frolic with friends thronging the venue.
I guess it is just the allure of being able to interact with others fans of the franchises which we hold so dear to us. Read More
Comic books allow us to escape the real world and transition into a world of fantasy and intrigue.
Celebrating this connection that the Comic Book universe has with us, Comic Con is an international set of exhibitions which enables comic book and fantasy lovers come together and celebrate the world’s they love. Read More
Books hold many mysteries and have the power to take us on magical journeys through the words they hold.
However some books hold even more than just the words between their pages.
Some have Fore-Edge paintings on the edges of the book, which reveal an artwork on the edges of the book. Read More
How many of you remember watching the old Mahabharat serials where the gods and holy figures are always depicted wearing heavy clothes and jewelry? I sure do.
While that is the imagery the Indian media has sort to feed the country there are always other ways to imagine them. Read More
Wall-E for me was one of the most enjoyable Pixar Movies I had seen, equal parts cheeky about the future we were hurtling towards, while still infusing enough emotion in it for the viewer to connect with the adorable robot.
Craig Snodgrass has created some beautiful art work which seemed based around this theme and the robots all seem to have a deeper emotional quality to them. Read More
On Friday the 13th of November, 2015, the French Capital of Paris was attacked in the most heinous way possible. Armed gunmen opened fire and blew themselves up in various locations across the city. The gruesome attacks claimed at least 129 innocent lives and left 352 injured.
The Art World showed tremendous solidarity with the people of France with various exhibitions and performances standing canceled as reported by ArtNet Read More
Caleb Cleveland took on a challenge to create an entire alphabet inspired by Dungeons and Dragons and do a sketch every single day.
In the process he has created Art Work which makes one want to revisit all those monsters you used to hear about in stories our grandmother told us about. Read More
Michael Fischler proves that Art can be created out of almost anything, even the bubble wrap we loved to pop and play with.
He patiently creates a portrait of Beth Thornley and does a great job of it. Read More
Comic Con India is a travelling festival which travels to Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and New Delhi every year to bring to life the wonder and amazement around Comic books and Graphic Novels
These mini world of amazements are always a fun place to visit. Young people come because they are still lost in the wonder that these fantastical worlds bring them, older patrons come to revisit the magic they had once felt. Read More
Art Works don’t have to be big is size to make an impact. Often the smallest art works can leave the most lasting impacts.
We’ve rounded up 5 artists who work with art in a miniature form. They are so good we felt you just had to see them. Read More