Knives and Ink
Knives & Ink takes the clichéd story of the tattooed chef and turns it on its head. Authored by Isaac Fitzgerald and coupled with Wendy MacNaughton‘s winsome illustrations, the book delves into the lives of 65 chefs from diverse kitchens, and unravels the stories hidden in their tattoos. The ink they sport often talks of untold stories, of best-kept secrets and the little things that shaped their lives. With every turn of the page, the tattoos become doorways into the lives of the chefs. These are memories on skin – of milestones, of friends lost, and gut-wrenching hardships. Sean Packan’s phoenix tattoo reminds him
Inside our First 2017 Issue
As we begin a brand new trip round the sun, we present to you the big picture of the most important constant, Change, through our theme for January-February, Art. Our first issue for 2017 rolls out a celebration of diverse artists, both the very established and the very new and talented, and a lot more...
Our first Cover Story for the year features one of the most prolific photographers of our time. Bharat Sikka is versatile, supremely talented and a visual storyteller. This year alone, we will see him exhibit two diametrically opposite bodies of work. And along with that,
In conversation with Tania Khosla from tsk Design about ABC Desi - an alphabet book that finds inspiration in all things quintessentially Indian.visit...
Sunrise Ceremonies by Princess Pea
Princes Pea takes us through Sunrise Ceremonies, her ongoing exhibition in Mumbai.visit...
Here after Here
While his impressive, large-scale works such as Covering Letter  tour the world, most recently appearing at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art, Mumbai-based artist, Jitish Kallat, has found himself retreating into the solace of his studio in Bandra and surrendering to the elements, specifically, air, water and fire. His latest [since March 2015], most critically acclaimed bodies of work have been his Wind and Rain studies that derive their poetic currency from the moment of their creation and the immediate circumstances that facilitated their production.
Take 5 with Ira Trivedi
Peeping into the world of one of the most interesting writers from India.
Tell us about your new book, Nikhil and Riya.
It's a story of love, life, mathematics and running.
What do you love writing about?
I write fiction, non-fiction and above it all, I love writing about love.
Three things people don't know about Ira Trivedi?
I'm not married. I speak fluent French. I struggle waking up in the morning even though I'm a yogi.
One everyday ritual you can't do without?
A piece of advice you would give to a young writer?
Consider very carefully if you want to be a writer. It's a very difficult profession; you need to be very convinced that you want it. Make sure you are financially secure and independent. The dreamy nature of writing is not the reason to write.
Pick up our latest issue to know Ira better. On stands now!
Catching a breath in Hong Kong
Rohit Vohra, Photographer Rohit Vohra explores our streets as a space where our lives meet and converge, unfolding pieces of ourread more...
Design x Design
If there is something that helps the landscape of human civilisation evolve, it is Design. Charting out the roadmap inread more...
Fashion Designer A Mumbai girl with Goan roots, Schulen Fernandes is taking over Wendell Rodricks’ fashion house as the maestro retiresread more...
Whizkid Pulling a rich, swirling sound out of the acoustic guitar, Karachi-based Usman was all of 21 when he played onstageread more...
Bringing Them to Book ST. Two ornate tiles in blue carry his initials outside his room, but with that calm demeanour,read more...