Friday, December 25, 2009

Life 2.0: Post-Teenage Runs

Hang Ups


Pall Mall Slims

Freedom of Repression
Freedom of Repression

Male Chauvinism
Male Chauvinism

The Power of HTML Proficiency
The Power of HTML Proficiency

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

The Prime Minister speaks -

"I am writing to you to express my profound sense of sadness at the death of your husband Shri Sumit Verma yesterday"
- Dr. Manmohan Singh, 4th of October 2009.

In a beautiful case of 'I'm here so your ass ain't worth shit', Dr. Manmohan Singh's security (which includes the local police bodies) did not permit a 32 year old patient with kidney complications to enter the emergency ward of Chandigarh's Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research Hospital resulting in the patients death. For over 2 hours the security forces kept on diverting the vehicle carrying Mr. Verma. He finally did reach the hospital but along with some fuel he lost his life as well. But hey, the PM wrote to the guy's wife man. I mean, look at it positively, she can go for local kitty parties and brag about getting a letter from the big man. Now if thats not enough man .....

We the people. Yes. That's us. The proud, the patriotic, the valiant - in eternal support of our government, our flag, our Gandhi. We cry in awe when we see our army march by flaunting weapons of mass destruction because it is made for peace, purchased and built using currency that boasts the bust of our father (God, he was good. Over a billion eh!). That is also why we have executions and that is why our president takes on an oath of silence when it comes to pardoning the condemned. In the name of peace we have one of the most ruthless, oppressive and corrupt policing body. In the name of peace Godse was executed for killing a person who believed in non-violence.

But what to do no? It is our culture. Our Indian culture (yes, we love it, lap that shit up like underfed runts). "Its the best bro its the best bro is the best."

Monday, October 26, 2009

Advertising 2.o

""Oh, we made ah, we made ah arsenic a childhood food now, goodnight." [snores]"Yeah we just said you know is your baby really too loud? You know," [snores] "Yeah, you know the mums will love it." [snores]
Sleep like fucking children, don't ya, this is your world isn't it?"

- Bill Hicks

Welcome to the golden age of 'Advertising'.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Bunjulung Jugun

Bunjulun Jugun

We belong to this country
We look after this country
Don't do wrong around here, this country
We don't harm this country here
We belong to it, this country.

Poem Courtesy - A wall in Nimbin.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Monday, October 12, 2009

Friday, June 5, 2009


the Waylee
A true story.
Welcome to the Waylee. A land of mystics and morons. This relic was discovered in my Waylee days pile of artifacts. I might just continue with more.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Life 2.0: Politically Direct Set

Racism 2.0
Racism Machas

A post sincerely dedicated to those trembling Indian parents whose children are braving battlefield Australia.

Prevention is better than Cure. Extremist Eds.
War and War

The Dandi March
the Dandi March

The PatRiot



History is repetitive. It is that simple.


I'm a hypocrite of the first order though; being polite and others such... tsk tsk.
Note: Image can be enlarged by clicking on it.

Bureau Rats
Bureau Rats

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Life 2.0

Life 2.o
I've been thinking about making a comic for a very long time but never really got down to constructing a serious concept or anything. And besides - I lack the basic skills in art to make the characters look exactly the same in every frame. Enter Life 2.0 - An expression of what should be on any platform treaded upon by, well, anything.

Talking straight in a twisted world.

I hope to keep up with this.

Sunday, April 26, 2009

21st Century Thinker

A walk in the Garden of life. 
Gigabytes of pixels make you feel so alive!

hey! (bows in disregard)

note: click image for higher resolution

Sunday, March 8, 2009

"Shall we set out across this sea of faces in search of more and more applause?"
Roger Waters

Thursday, February 19, 2009