Some Light-Hearted Poetry

a   h u m a n   b e i n g find a tune of your own unlike what everybody’s sung find new heights to your horizons and let new stories leave your tongue seek lands you’ve never been to let your spirit run wild and free for to be a human ‘being’ you must… Continue reading Some Light-Hearted Poetry

The Thought Behind Born Free

Written as part of HARPs Round 5 Team: Butterfly, Points: 3+8+2=13 What I want to share with you today is unlike what I usually post. I’ve seen many ‘identity crisises’ going on around the blogosphere, and that has gotten me thinking- what is the identity of my blog? The reason my blog is called Born Free was… Continue reading The Thought Behind Born Free

Recent Digital Artwork// SIL Challenge #4

In my time as a designer I have been constantly using external sources for my designs, and naturally when I began making my own I was rather enthusiastic. Do you remember when I showed you this? Here’s what it looked like before I digitalized it. When I took my hand-drawn work and converted it into… Continue reading Recent Digital Artwork// SIL Challenge #4

Design Pique is Changing// SIL Challenge #3

When I launched Design Pique Studios I began with incredibly low expectations. No kidding. I expected people to be protective of their mail ids, for one thing. I thought they wouldn’t want to trust someone whose work they hadn’t even seen. I thought that the exposure was very less anyway, so the orders would come… Continue reading Design Pique is Changing// SIL Challenge #3

The Change Award, The Month, and The Hiatus

When I first began to get tagged for awards and such, I used to be super ecstatic. That’s when laziness took over. It’s been the ruling party for so long, but now, the opposition (me, basically) decided to make a move. Today I’m going to be doing The Change Award, a really neat tag by… Continue reading The Change Award, The Month, and The Hiatus

What the Sea Tells Me

On our recent vacation, which was the main reason for my absence throughout December, we visited the sea twice. Once it was for a ferry ride and once it was to visit the beach. And while we were there, I remember my mom randomly asking me a question- what do we learn from the sea?… Continue reading What the Sea Tells Me

Dear Inhabitants of Planet Earth…

Let me start by saying that I am just another regular human being in this chaotic world. I have two arms and two feet, two ears and two eyes, just like you. I also have an intricate and functioning body system, the way you do, a gift from nature that I can never fitly compare… Continue reading Dear Inhabitants of Planet Earth…

BIBPC the Fifth, Category Seven (Time is Bugging Me)

Seven. That means the end is near. Mm… that came out wrong. So apparently this is the seventh category of BIBPC and there are… *counts* zero categories left. Wow. Time is annoying. Fast and annoying. Like bugs. Uh… that doesn’t matter. What matters is that Pineapple now has 607 points and hasn’t lost the lead.… Continue reading BIBPC the Fifth, Category Seven (Time is Bugging Me)

BIBPC the Fifth, Category 6

I missed the last BIBPC category, changed my design again, and my posts are getting less versatile. Huh. I’m on a roll. Anyway, I’m going to try to win us at least a few points this time. Very like me to post at the last moment, don’t you think? Pineapple’s still in the lead with 510.… Continue reading BIBPC the Fifth, Category 6