" With empathy, compassion and love we can change the world for better as artists "
Humanitarian Photographer, Mou Aysha
Our world is like a book with millions of characters, and those characters each have their own story. Some stories make a breakthrough while the others get lost in the dust. It is our job as human ...
Over the course of history, people have been creating murals to jot down
their existence. After all, murals hold an immense significance in our
history. They are priceless carriers of knowledge, reminding us about the
times forgotten. Today wall art has become a form of urban mainstream
art. Artists are creating murals on the interior and exterior of a ...
No matter how much one plans and prepares, one can't foresee what the future holds and in times like that, the only hope of a solo traveler’s life is willing and helpful locals, tell us about any experience where you were saved/ helped out by locals of the place you were in.
Yes it's an absolute ...
Some of my weekends are spent lazing around the house annoying my mum, or maybe catching up with friends for some banter. Others are spent partying till the early break of dawn followed by days of regret over poor choices. Well.
Last weekend was different.
Last weekend I attended the Lil Flea. The Lil Flea is a ...
Monochrome expresses in more ways than you can imagine. Nothing says it better that the Agra Monchrome Series by Siddhartha Joshi.
This splendid collection will leave you out of words.
Featuring works from Agra Monochrome Series - By Siddhartha Joshi.
If you like what you see, check out his blog for some more inspiration. If you still can't get ...
There's not a lot of art that can be compared to Murad Osmann's photos that broke the internet. Just when we thought so, we stumbled upon Sakshi's profile. She is a young, wanderlust-stricken solo female traveler from India. Check out some of her photographs that we absolutely dig.
1.Footprints in the sand at Jaisalmer
2. Exploring McLeodganj with ...