On April 15, 2014, the Supreme Court passed a landmark judgment recognising the fundamental and civil rights of transgender persons. Since the judgment, the conversation on transgender rights has expanded into two draft [...]
The Free Speech Journal is an illustrated discussion of the history of the freedom of speech and expression in India. It was developed by ALF, illustrated by ByTwo Design and designed by Tejas Pande and ByTwo Design, as [...]
Criminal defense & civil rights attorney Seema Iyer discusses India’s intolerance toward homosexuality with lawyer and LGBT activist Danish Sheikh in Bangalore, India. [...]
The final in our series of remashing the WIPO comics, this ones looks at the signs around us. Untrademark [...]
A subversive remixing of WIPO's patent comic. Comic on [...]
A comic that talks about copying as culture, and how art, music and other forms of creativity rely on copying. This comic is a rescension/parody/counterdrama of the comic published by the World Intellectual Property [...]
Now Showing The Cinematograph Act, 1952 is an interpretative archive of sound, image, video, newspaper, music, movie clips, art etc. that attempts to look at the law (The Cinematograph Act, 1952) beyond its text. Now [...]
A remix of the Brokeback Mountain trailer set to the Indian context Brokeback Bharat, a campaign film against Sec. 377 of the Indian Penal Code [...]