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Bollywood Moms-
Amazon Prime Video

Bollywood Moms from the Prime Video Repertoire.


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The Washington Post 

Commissioned to translate Sally Wen Mao’s poem on identitiy for National Poetry Month. This collaboration between the writer and artist makes for a unique visualization of poetry, with every line (staying true to original line breaks) drawn out in words and sketches, coming together in a cohesive series of comic panels.

The Washington Post

Election ABCs

Election ABCs is a resource that educates, empowers, and engages people to not only vote, but better understand our political system. This A-Z series is designed to help anyone navigate the U.S. elections in an accessible way. View full series on Instagram. 

Our Story
We are activists, writers, and designers who created Election ABC’s to be a resource that educates, empowers, and engages people to not only vote, but better understand our political system. When it comes to elections, we believe there are no dumb questions and that everyone deserves access to information that can lead them towards making the best most informed decision for themselves and their communities. So we decided to explain it all - from  A-Z, to help our peers navigate the U.S. elections in an accessible way.


Global Citizen 

Citizenship Ammendment Act (CAA) Protest Poster

I care deeply about India, the country that raised me. On 12 December 2019, the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), was passed, along with the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and was widely seen as unconstitutional and discriminatory against minorities particularly muslims. This led to nationwide political dissent and civil disobedience at a scale like nothing we have seen since India’s independence struggle.

In light of this, I asked myself how I, sitting all the way in New York could engage in protests and find creative ways to contribute and help amplify the social movements that were proliferating on the ground. In a simple act of voicing my resistance in the medium I know best, I illustrated posters with popular slogans, particularly one saying - ‘Azadi’ which translates to freedom. Its simplicity is what makes it popular since one only needs to suffix it to any “evil” that must be fought. So it could be  “Jaatwad se — azadi” (From casteism — freedom!), and so on.

I shared them online as freely downloadable assets to take to protests and in the weeks that followed, I saw it channel a collective voice on the streets across India and protests abroad. Standing up for injustice is beyond one person. Art allows me to give other people tools to fight it effectively and collectively.


The Hindu
The Times of India

UN Poster for Peace 

Two posters chosen by the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs for their 2016 International Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the first UN General Assembly resolution, which established the goal of eliminating nuclear weapons and all other weapons of mass destruction. 

As part of the campaign both posters were exhibited in UN offices in New York, Geneva, Vienna and Nagasaki in Japan.

Currrently on permanent display at the UN General Assembly.