Graphic Medicine is a site that explores the interaction between the medium of comics and the discourse of healthcare.
This piece first appeared in Take on Art, Design Issue in January 2012, and was guest edited by Mayank Mansingh Kaul. Thoughtshop Foundation is a Social Communication Organisation. It is dedicated to creating new and effective ways of dealing with […]
Communication designer Lakshmi Murthy with over 2 decades of experience in working with rural audiences, puts forth a new role of the communication designer when working in a unfamiliar social and cultural environment.
“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.
A pictorial archive of posters and other visual ephemera, initiated by Zubaan, as a way to communicate and celebrate the rich history of the women’s movement in India.
Art with Heart is a non-profit organisation dedicated to help children overcome trauma through creative expression.
Colour Africa Proverbs is a colouring book for children, with illustrated proverbs from African culture on valuable, universal truths like respect, compassion and teamwork.
KartuPedia, developed by Heimlo & Indonesia Mengajar, is an illustrated teaching aid, designed to help educate children in remote provinces across Indonesia.
Hope is a Girl Selling Fruit, is a particular poignant narration published by Tara Books, where the choice of folk art style adds significant meaning to the story.
Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope began Signs for the Homeless in an attempt to use the striking impact of beautifully lettered signs, as replacement for dilapidated placards held by the homeless in Boston, to make passers-by stop and take notice.
How Can I Improve My Park is a poster produced by CUP to help people advocate for improvement in local parks in New York.
Perch Project is a visual resource on basic animal care and rescue. The project is self-initiated by two visual communication designers, who wanted to share their understanding and knowledge of animal care with others.
Developed by ShaoLan Hsueh, Chineasy is an innovative way to learn Chinese using illustrative mnemonics.