— Graphic Reflections

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Greed. Once you succumb to it, you often don’t know how or when to put a stop to it..

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Rampant corruption, like the kind that exists in a country like India, takes away from the development process. To illustrate this point, in the typographical graphic above, one letter has been taken away from each set of words related to development and used to compose the word ‘corruption’ below. Though efforts are made to hide corruption by those who indulge in it, it does show up eventually, often through incomplete or less effective or shoddy development that results from corruption (as shown in the graphic).

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Those who indulge in Corruption put interests of the self (or of the corrupt) before the larger interests or goodwill of the nation.

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For sometime now, during my day-to-day conversations, I have been taking note of things some people (myself included) hate. This graphic celebrates all that hatred. 🙂

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This graphic tries to portray the weight or pressure that India’s billion strong (and growing) population exerts on the development process of the country. To develop the country or to ‘uplift’ such a huge population, India’s development process will have to be that much stronger, weightier and tougher.

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This typographical graphic attempts to portray that corruption has a negative impact on the development/growth of a country or economy. Instances of rampant corruption hampering developmental projects, investment, business plans, ambitions, etc. are far too many, at least in India. This graphic, ironically, also portrays how corruption is ‘tied’ to the process of growth and development wherein funds meant for development are often misused by the corrupt.

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This typographical composition portrays the tragic loss to Manhattan after the horrific September 11, 2001 terror attacks. With the Twin Towers gone, a change in the skyline of the world’s financial capital perhaps also revealed gaps in security, in foreign policy and in the way the world looked at terrorism. This graphic was created on September 13, 2001.

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A typographical collage inspired by road traffic in India, specially in old and congested parts of big cities, wherein a wide variety of vehicles, big and small, jostle for space on the road.

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