To shoot photographs in the Delhi metro and add mystical characters in the picture with his artwork.
It’s an ongoing series that began on November 2016.
The banality of everyday travel made interesting by surreal doodle characters.
While growing up, I was a big fan of Cartoon Network. In school, I would doodle a variety of characters, like Dexter, Pokemon, and other superheroes and villains. Eventually, when I started working, I had to commute every day between Saket and Noida. With nothing to do, I decided to revive my hobby, and began doodling in the metro.
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