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Ruchita Madhok

I’m designer of many persuasions including (but rarely limited to) scenography and illustration. I believe passionately in the power of design to change the quality of our lives materially, emotionally and spiritually and am an advocate for culturally inclusive design thought and practice. Having lived and worked in the Middle East, UK and India, I am now based in Mumbai where I run an independent design practice called Kahani Designworks.

Aditya and I have recently founded a new online platform called Perch for Indian perspectives on art, design and culture.

Avinash Rajagopal
I’m an aspiring design critic/teacher studying in New York. While working towards my Masters in Design Criticism at the School of Visual Arts, I read as much as I can, explore New York City, and blog for Metropolis Magazine. I studied to be a product designer, and my heart also beats faster for textiles, crafts, sustainability, social responsibility, mythology and history.

Shreyas R Krishnan
I’m now officially a graphic design professional. My interests inlcude mythology, matchboxes, music and watching people. I draw, write and sing moodily; and fantasise about cooking with Avinash.

Aditya Palsule
I am a communications designer who has worked on everything from airports to baby food and even ‘fairness creams’. In 2008 I moved to London to complete a two year course at the prestigious London College of Communication and to broaden my views as a graphic designer. I think curiosity is a designer’s best friend and my interests would make a for a very long list. I’m quite partial to photography which is a key source of inspiration to my creative practice. I am currently based in London as a freelance communications designer.

Ruchita and I now write at Perch. an online platform for Indian perspectives on art, design and culture.


  1. Raman Madhok wrote:

    Quite energitic… Keep it up!!!

  2. Jeevan wrote:

    I’ve enjoyed the blog … content is informative and engaging. I hope to see more reviews, criticism and observations of art, design and visual culture from the Indian subcontinent. In fact, I’ve envisioned a similar concept a while back, but I think, it’s more of a team effort.

    • Ruchita wrote:

      Thanks Jeevan for your encouragement. Do stay tuned…we’re always blogging and always giving our curiosity a bit of exercise. Feel free to join in the debate and point us to things that interest you too!

  3. shilpa das wrote:

    very impressive…keep it up people!

  4. Sures Kumar wrote:

    Hey Shreyas,
    I am Vignesh’s friend.
    Really proud to see you here.

  5. Good job!! Nice read.
    Keep them coming

  6. pratik wrote:

    this is a very nice initiative.. will follow regularly!

  7. Shruti wrote:

    it was a good read.. enjoyed it..

  8. Shiva Kumar wrote:

    I run a Brand + UX design studio in Bangalore. I will be glad to contribute and would also like to talk to you guys about a project that I have in mind.

  9. Tarun Deep Girdher wrote:

    amazing guys. you make all of us proud. I keep returning to this site.

  10. A new generation of though leaders from Indian design. The sustained work on the Little Design Book and the quality of thought expressed here promises to bring new meaning to the design initiatives here in India that may be a voice of great influence in the years ahead. Keep it up guys.

  11. Its only today that I saw the list of editors, though I’ve been following your articles for a while now. Wow…you guys rock 🙂 Keep up the great work!

    The site looks great too, lots of information but extremely well organized…

  12. Shreyas, can you email me? Thanks.

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