Since January 2014, I’ve inked nearly a hundred cartoons for Arathi Menon’s amazing Wednesday series ‘Nothing Beastly About It’. Here’s a gallery of favourites from the bestiary
Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, India’s Missile Man, went on to become a most accessible and inspirational figure as President of India from 2002 to 2007. While we celebrate him, we must not overlook his errors of omission and commission.
‘Make room for the broom’ seemed to be the cry in Delhi after AAP swept to power in a historic mandate It was a shot in the Aam, for the Aam and by the Aam for the AAP. Question to…
Cartoonist Rohan Chakravarty finds wildlife incredibly funny. His affliction is contagious and his first solo exhibition is sure to infect you with the same incurable case of chuckles
Finding myself wide awake at 3 AM on Valentine’s Day, I sat down to make a little story for my daughter. About a dog. And about love. Two of her favourite things.
It’s Mush Week. And Arathi Menon’s story this week was about two Trumpeter Swans that discover midway through the monotonous motions of a marriage that theirs isn’t exactly a match made in heaven (or Swan Lake, Tchaikovsky permitting).
Noodle the African Grey Parrot’s vocabulary of 728 words far outweighed what most rap stars these days are capable of uttering in a Grammy acceptance speech. Talking of which, that’s the story. Read on.
Manto the mantis led a life of pious non-vegetarianism until he was informed of the true spelling of his name. Then, besmirched like one enlightened about the true meaning of life, he went into a shell of gloom and, for want of better advice, became a vegetarian. What he should have done was go to Notary Shri Shreedharakantharamaswamy Rao and put off one affidavit for name-change and published it for the entertainment of those who have nothing better to do but read the classified pages in this golden age of Craigslist. Alas. But no more spoilers. Read the story.
Arathi Menon’s latest Wednesday post That Beautiful Truth features that poster-girl of vanity Arnicae the spider (seen here in all her eight-eyed ravishingness). I shall give away no spoilers, except that vanity’s not fair.
A Flickr gallery of Bijoy Venugopal’s editorial cartoons.