Saturday, January 30, 2016

Emily’s Oz




The year's most artful campaign brought imagination to life—literally and beautifully—with an unmatched mix of craft and emotion. GSP asked Emily, a 7-year-old blind girl, what she sees in her mind's eye when she watches The Wizard of Oz. The agency then built her version, using designers and makeup artists—all to promote Comcast's "talking guide" for people with visual disabilities.


Thursday, January 28, 2016

We Are #WomenNotObjects


This video is about to get a whole lot of hate... 
I HATE the sexualization of children and extremely young teenage girls in advertisements.

The Power of Possible





Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Wazan | A short film



Kabootar- A Peace Anthem


The dove, or Kabootar as it is called in Hindi, has been symbolic with peace and
its synonymy will preach the message of harmony this January 26.

Monday, January 18, 2016

The Great Wall of China, Rajasthan mai dikhi...


Cradled in the Aravalli range, Kumbalgarh Fort is the second longest wall in the world. 
The Great Wall away from China, this is where Huan found her Rajasthan. 
Come, explore Rajasthan through your eyes.


Jane Ko Rajashan kuch aisa dikha...


They say beauty lies in the journey and not in the destination. 
And that's exactly how Jane found her Rajasthan, 
when a little diversion on NH-76 led 
her to the breathtaking view of Garadia Mahadev. 
Come, explore the lesser known facets of Rajasthan.


Jaane Kya Dikh Jaaye | Rajasthan





When wander lust takes you to the corners of Rajasthan, you wish to spot a Jugaad.
Right in between the deserts of Thar, this is where
Arya found his Rajasthan. Come, explore the lesser known facets of Rajasthan.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Kalki Koechlin: The Printing Machine






Probably one of the most stirring invective against a culture that maybe going morally numb, one newspaper edition at a time. Kalki Koechlin performs a self written poem titled 'The Printing Machine': a rhythmic and scathing satire against daily broadsheets, magazines, social media and textbooks.



This powerful piece with its rising crescendo reveals the hollow and robotic production and consumption of news by a generation blinded by its vulgar hunger for juicy headlines. With women's empowerment at the core, she alludes to events that shook the nation, and also to those that were equally gruesome but got replaced by beauty advertisements and our apathy.



Unblushed is proud to associate with Kalki, who has always been a sharp and insightful writer, as we visualise her poetry.



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