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Kyoorius Magazine attempts to document the exponential growth that the Indian design/visual communications industry has witnessed over the last few years. A large focus is also on being the enabler to provide a platform for Indian creatives and the corporate community to debate and engage with each other. In light of this, the magazine looks at showcasing new, emerging talent in the realm of digital, branding, advertising, design, illustration, typography and other allied design disciplines. In addition, the magazine analyses and reports on future-facing trends that are shaping the design industry in India and abroad.
The rainbow-foiled Kyoorius 28, the last issue for year 2015, is out! And it makes the year end all happy and shiny! When that newspaper that you gorge on every morning, reaches your doorstep, it goes through a lot: not just being passed through multiple hands of deliverers, but also through print, design and editorial teams. In Area, we look at the basics of Newspaper Design in India, from the eyes of Andy Naorem, Aurobind Patel and Dr. Mario Garcia. - See more at: We also put together a feature on some Wedding Invitation Designers gearing up for the wedding shenanigans that are going to hit us as soon as 2016 does. From the Delhi Photo Festival 2015, an initiative of the Nazar Foundation, we travel back to the workshop of Pritesh Shah in Mumbai, whose laser cutting workshop Aptech has made some intricate designs come to life; and then fly on to Pepper House in Fort Kochi, conceived as a platform to promote and display Art. If you happen to be in Bandra lately, we warrant a visit to the Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House. What makes Taj Mahal one of India's favourite teas? - We find out in Origins. Michael Wolff shares with us 6 books that have influenced and delighted him while Laura Jordan Bambach, one of the moderators at the recent most Designyatra, tells why India inspires, enthuses and rejuvenates her, and shares the dream of a modern Indian graphic design. Grab the latest copy of the issue now. Happy reading! And Happy 2016.