The World Comics Network (India), started by political cartoonist Sharad Sharma in mid nineties, looks at introducing Grassroots Comics as a tool for communication and social design. Working with different communities, they emphasise on the value of visual art, self-expression […]
Graphic Medicine is a site that explores the interaction between the medium of comics and the discourse of healthcare.
“This astonishing collection of talent from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh focuses on the lasting effects of partition and dwells on the human yearning for something other than what history and its makers dictate. Beautiful, moving and unforgettable.”—Joe Sacco
Lawtoons is a comic book series on laws in India.
Puberty, menstruation and feminine hygiene are topics considered taboo in India. Menstrupedia is an online resource that shares vital information on the subject in a simple and accessible manner.
The Small Picture is a full-page comic published each Friday in Mint—one of India’s fastest growing newspapers.
Orijit Sen’s River of Stories is a graphic narrative of the social, environmental and political concerns surrounding the construction of the Narmada dam.