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  BanGanga: This installation is based on the recent news about restoration of ancient Banganga lake. The historical and cultural heritage of Mumbai is located at Malabar hills. During the process, ‘Ramkund’ and ‘Gomukha’ have been discovered with the help of historians, archeologists and locals in the vicinity. As per the famous legend, Lord Rama […] more!

  This is the final print that I made in response to the news coverage of the RQ-170 Sentinel drone which fell in Iranian soil. The piece will be on view at the at Interstate Projects in December. The exhibition opens on Friday Dec 16th 6-9 pm, please feel free to drop in to see […] more!

The image was inspired by coverage of the media relating to the response of Londoners and people elsewhere in other cities of the England after the recent  riots, people who live in the areas took the streets together, the days after and helped their affected communities. What is also very impressive how the social media […] more!

Who is Nafissatou Diallo Really? Today the New York Times ran an article about the maid in the Strauss-Kahn case deciding to go public with her identity and show her face in order to defend herself against claims (made most prominently by The New York Post) that she is a prostitute and perhaps try the […] more!

  Mapping time (long awaiting, passing, recorded, in limbo) and symbols in Section A News by the following words on these pages: A1: An Emblem of Evil in the U.S.; an Icon to the Cause of Terror; on Sunday; Sept. 11, 2001; six days; nearly a decade; bought the time; a symbol of commerce; a symbol of terrorism; […] more!

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This image responds to the following article I have read today on the Guardian:   Tweet more!

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Peter Kline
“Soft focus is an important skill that can effect us metaphorically. In other words, the way we see the future has everything to do with how well we can look up and see the expanded horizon before us.”

I just want to mention that I have not used nor ever read the NY Times. I live in London where for the past couple of years have been bombarded with free newspapers all owned by Rupert Murdoch. Just the amount of trivial gossip that consume our moments in transit leave my mind a wash the uninspiring. I have thus aimed to use a newspapers at random.
The Guardian, The Independent, The Evening Standard, The Daily Telegraph and Most recently as I have been crossing borders EL Pais, Club de Musica and Le Figaro. I am not focusing on the individual but the bigger picture and the greater whole. more!

Panic and Heroism Greeted Crisis at Japan Nuclear Plant Tweet more!

Washington Debates Idea of Arming Libyan Rebels Tweet more!

Grisly Blast at Arms Factory Follows Yemeni Forces’ Pullout Tweet more!

A New York Prosecutor With Worldwide Reach Tweet more!

The World According to Tim Ferriss The Tim Ferriss Kettle Bell/eReader. Operators are standing by! Tweet more!

It’s Tracking Your Every Move And You May Not Even Know Tweet more!

Allies Are Split Over Final Goal of Libya Mission Tweet more!

Anxiety Up as Tokyo Gives Warning on Its Tap Water Tweet more!

New Census Figures on Detroit Reveal a Grim Pattern of Flight Tweet more!

Key Supporters Are Forsaking Yemen Leader Tweet more!

Allies Intensify Air Assault in Libya as Rebels Regroup Inspired by front page photo by Goran Tomasevic/Reuters Tweet more!

Stress Test for the Global Supply Chain Tweet more!

Obama Threatens Military Action Against Qaddafi Tweet more!

Bullets Stall Youthful Push for an Arab Spring Tweet more!

U.S. Sees ‘Extremely High’ Radiation Level at Plant, Focusing on Spent Fuel’s Danger Tweet more!

Qaddafi Forces Routing Rebels Tweet more!

Third Blast Strikes Crippled Nuclear Plant; Swelling Toll Dims Japanese Relief Efforts Tweet more!

Computers Get Better at Knowing When to Hold ‘Em or Fold ‘Em Tweet more!

Blast and Radiation Fear Hamper Quake Response Tweet more!

Powerful Quake and Tsunami Devastate Northern Japan Hard to imagine the suffering. This reminds me of all I take for granted every day. Tweet more!

For Man With Past, Ranch Life Ends in Cuffs Tweet more!

NPR Chief Resigns as Network’s Setbacks Mount Tweet more!

Rebels in Libya Strain to Forge a Unified Front Tweet more!

Discord Grows In Washington On Libya Role Poseidon: “Release the Kraken!” Poseidon’s Assitant: “Sir, the Kraken has 2 lands to handle before this one.” Poseidon: “Hm, I see. What else have we got?” Tweet more!

First, Naptime. Then Showtime. I’ll bet my affinity for productivity enhancing naps (not to be confused with the slothy kind) is one of the very few things I have in common with the average NBA player. All natural and very potent. From now on, when I rise from a nap I should say,  “It’s Showtime.” […] more!

Talk Therapy Doesn’t Pay, So Psychiatry Turns Instead to Drug Therapy “This is your brain on drugs. Any questions?”  *Sizzle…* Remember those great anti-drug PSAs from the 80’s? Maybe they are the source of my general distrust of mind altering chemical concoctions, from pushers big or small, on either side of the law. My other […] more!

Even YouTube Can’t Silence Radical Cleric Tweet more!

In Colombia, New Gold Rush Fuels Conflict Tweet more!

Rebels in Libya Repel Qaddafi Forces in a Key Oil City Tweet more!

Protecting Its Brand, Dior Fires Star Designer Caught in Scandal Tweet more!

Gunmen in Congo Attack President’s House, Causing Firefight Tweet more!

This illustration is the final illustration for February. I really enjoyed being part of this project for this month and it is a great experience creating those daily illustrations based on a variety of articles. The image is based on the following article. Elli Chortara © 2011 Tweet more!

A part rainy/part sunny Sunday today in London I was sitting at my favourite cafe and looking on today’s newspaper  I saw this article about cigarettes/tobacco firms and shop displays: Elli Chortara © 2011 Tweet more!

Today I was reading about more air fare charges to come and the increasing costs on fuel: Elli Chortara © 2011 Tweet more!

This illustration is about an article was reading on Friday on the power of online social networks and how/whether those can affect politics/movements and revolutions. Elli Chortara © 2011 Tweet more!

This Illustration is based on an article about the rise of university fees a current major issue across the UK Elli Chortara © 2011 Tweet more!

An illustration based on an article  I have read on today’s paper about 16mm film analogue technology and its value and how labs stopped using it: Elli Chortara © 2011 Tweet more!

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