The Founders
Luv S Sinha
Kussh Sinha
Koshy Brahmatmaj

Koshy Brahmatmaj (Koshywada) (b1992, Mumbai) is an independent zine maker and embroiderer.  At the heart of her artistic practice is the constant interrogation of memory, joy, body, space, archive, and history. Through mindful processes, she uses multiple materials to create engaging experiences. Using illustrations, collages, embroideries, and text, her works talk about interdependence, bad habits, and vagaries of life. These explorations are deeply informed by what it means to live with chronic illness - constraints and questions that Koshy has been navigating for much of her adult life. She is the co-founder of zine collective - Stale Rumours and her work has been part of independent showcases such as Queer Futures Archive, Bombay Zine Fest, and more.

Kriti Shah

My journey as an artist started on a bright summer day. Basically, the summer vacations were going on and I got to know about the art class nearby. I loved the blending of colors, brushstrokes, giving textures. So that’s how I made my first Canvas painting at a very young age.

I am based in Udaipur- The city of lakes. I am an MBA graduate with a keen interest in arts. I am a creative self-taught artist. I get my inspiration from nature and people. Exploring and experimenting with textures and colors is the essence and motivation beyond my art pieces. I believe in detailing the pieces I make.

Chetana Vagh

Chetna is from Mahuva, Gujarat. She holds a  diploma in painting and drawing, a post-diploma in visual arts, and has been exploring the field of art for the last 8 years.

Vani Chawla

Vani Chawla is a commerce graduate but her main interest was always in the field of arts. She took up her childhood passion and steered it to make it her profession. She’s been painting and exhibiting her works as a freelance artist since 2004.

Vandita Misra

Vandita’s journey as an artist started on a warm summer evening of introspection; pondering on the questions, the eternal questions "What really is art" and then given the subjective nature of art she went to question "What really is art for me;" left with no other option but to add brush strokes to her first magnanimous canvas. Thus her journey started filling her life with more enchantment one brushstroke at a time. Through her art, she wishes to render a perspective, a truth, a dimension, an edge, a moment before it blends away before it blurs away.

Tushar Waghela

Tushar Waghela (b) 1975 is a filmmaker and visual artist, Tushar holding a Master’s Degree in Indian Philosophy and for the past 25 years, he has been working in the field of contemporary art and experimental cinema.

His video arts, installations, short films and experimental cinemas have been shown in many museums, galleries, universities and more than 150 international film festivals such as Cannes Film Festival, London Asian Film Festival,  British Film Institute, The Collectif Jeune Cinema, Paris, Mumbai Film Festival and many more.

Tushar had created 14 short and experimental films. Contributed to many international collective cinema and art projects. The Gray is his first full-length Hindi feature film released on Amazon Prime Video and Fox's digital platform Tubitv.

Tushar is currently working on his recent Pop Art series of paintings called Without Ticket using street art, spray painting and mixed media techniques. Besides making paintings. He is now working on his next full-length Hindi feature film and web series to be released next year on theatres and prestigious OTT platforms.

Rupa Chordia

Rupa Choradia currently lives and works between the USA and India. She is interested in the infinity of the inner spiritual space and the ornamental/decorative/material beauty of the outer world. She weaves ideas of spiritual and decorative onto canvas so that the unknown and the known aspects of life reinforce each other.

Ria Shanker

Ria Shanker's international heritage inspires her signature aesthetic style. She describes herself as 'a global citizen'. Originally from India, she spent most of her life in the Middle East; in Bahrain, and recently, Dubai. Her background is a melting pot of cultures with unique qualities, which influenced what would become her creative expression. As a child visiting her family in Orissa, India, she would watch in awe as they drew beautiful intricate patterns with semi-liquid rice paste on the entrance to the family temple. These patterns left a lasting impression and eventually formed part of the creative signature in her artworks.

Ria is fascinated by the strength of women of different cultures and the close bond they share with creation. The complexity of the mind, emotions, and intuition are common subjects of her work - a homage to the wonders of nature and women alike. She considers this to be beautiful in its most natural form. Her artwork aims to encourage the viewer to pause for thought and contemplate life's endless opportunities for learning and how this can be interpreted as an expression of creativity.

Nehha Kandhari

Nehha Kandhari is a Mumbai-based self-taught artist. Having cleared her CA Inter and acquiring NCFM Certification, she went on to join her family business. Her bent towards spirituality and Vastu made her learn Vastu and Feng Shui. One thing led to another and she became a certified healer in access consciousness and Reiki.

Having realized the importance and need of Vastu she came up with the Vastu Compliant Paintings where she used her knowledge of Vastu, Astrology and Reiki to create an artwork that will enhance the positive energy of a particular direction. The main focus of her paintings is to bring comfort, fortune and creativity to the life of the residents. The paintings help to open new business opportunities, improve finance, improve bonding of family members, bring mental clarity and rekindle love and compassion.


Meghansh is a Delhi, NCR based artist. His was a long journey with less stability and more creativity. The more life challenged him the more he excelled. This tussle produced the two distant relatives in accordance – Black which is 'profound' and White which is 'pure.' He has full faith in these two non-colours using which he has created stunning long series. With strong narratives and visually powerful artworks, Meghansh expresses personal experiences of day-to-day life and his perception of spirituality and connection with the omnipresent, the gormless.

Loveleen Bajaj

Loveleen Bajaj is a Pune Based Visual Artist who is inspired by the meshed nature of the fabric. This very nature of strands brings forth her expression of art through various media across surfaces like fabric, wood, cement, pulpwood paper, and metal. She has worked for almost a decade in HR before following her quest to unravel deep-seated human conflicts, thereby challenging the way we have seen the world in its finite and infinite way. To express her work, she centers it around sometimes known and sometimes lesser-known concepts of love, karma, existence, relationships, and the very paradox that life is.

Her choice of expression is heavily influenced by the ethereal nature of the relationship between action and reaction. Loveleen has collaborated with brands like Levi’s, OML, Livspace, Taj, Art n Found, Hyatt, Radisson, The Design House & she also has been a resident participant in the Method rooftop Residency, Mumbai.

Kedar DK

Kedar Dhondu’s current art practice involves looking back at the history of the region in order to understand issues related to ‘land’. Presently, Kedar digs out these issues which are related to the ‘ownership/ occupancy’ and the authenticity of the rights on the land in today’s time. Kedar’s practice also questions the genuineness of the law system of the region. Ecology and environmental concerns also play a major role in Kedar’s practice.

Jasmine Shah

Being into communications design most of her life, Jasmine turned into a full-time ink artist in 2018. Her ingenious style of creating layers upon layers of ink with an organic methodology allows her to exhibit an offbeat abstract expressionism in a variety of subjects. She loves to create complex but rhythmic patterns within simple forms. Since the technique is unique, she enjoys to experiment and constantly surpass her own expectations with a not so predictable medium of inks. Most of the substrates she uses are pulp-free water-resistant paper extruded from polypropylene pellets, acrylic sheets and ceramic surfaces.

Govinda Sah Azad

Born in Nepal, Govinda was drawn to drawing and sculptures. His career spans from a wall painter in Delhi to studying Fine Arts and pursuing his dream of becoming an artist.  He has held several successful solo exhibitions in India, Nepal, and internationally. He has also had the honor of being called Lion Heart by prominent artist Govinda Dongol. Govinda has done a nationwide cycle tour for The 21st Century is the Century of Art and Peace. Govinda has also obtained a MA in Fine Art from Wimbledon College of Art. He has co-ordinated a number of art workshops under the sponsorship of the United Nations and the Embassy of Bangladesh, the British Council in Nepal and displayed at the Royal Academy of Arts, Summer Exhibition. Govinda Sah’s works can be found in private collections worldwide.

Digbijayee Kathua

Digbijayee Khatua traces his artistic sojourn from his native place, Kendrapada in Odisha to his current place of practice in Delhi. A shift from rural to urban, Odia to Hindi, the home and the world, the artist’s mundane realities changed enormously and to this, he credits most of his conceptual development and modified techniques. Cityscapes and elements of urbanity are eminent in his works. He expresses with watercolors in a layered dialogue to accentuate existential depths within the city. Interestingly, his works do not lose aesthetic pleasure in the otherwise grim realities, thereby retaining a subtle yet striking visual allegory.