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currentMood collaborates with 4 mixed media artists to create artwork on our latest issue theme #Love

On October 17, 2018


Artist in focus: Aadam Sheikh, the London College of Fashion student whose Instagram handle gives you your daily dose of shine.

On October 13, 2018


It’s monsoon in Mumbai and photographer Pretika Menon transforms her muse Suruj to a moth, fluttering in the wind awaiting the rains.

On August 27, 2018


Issue 8: #comeAsYouAre

A photo series by Rohit Srivastava depicts a day in the life of Azra, a gay man in India.

On July 23, 2018


Issue 8: #comeAsYouAre

These memes by Srishti Guptaroy will make your day!

On July 2, 2018


Issue 7: #notToday

Vancouver based illustrator, Anu Chouhan’s take on the not-so quintessential Indian bride.

On January 2, 2018


Issue 4: #nightOut

A series of unedited nude polaroids captured by Chandni Bahri

On December 26, 2017


Issue 4: #nightOut

Visual artist and photographer Natasha Hemrajani’s mixed media compositions of the 2017 Brazilian carnival.

On December 9, 2017


Issue 4: #nightOut

currentMood collaborates with 5 young Indian artists to create exclusive artwork to raise awareness about mental health.

On October 26, 2017


Issue 3: #justBreathe

Hyderabad based photographer Sushmitha Tadakamadha’s visual take on the navarasas.

On October 20, 2017


Issue 3: #justBreathe

A photography series that explores the different nuances of gender.

On August 1, 2017


Issue 2 : #allGreen

Photographs by Shahid Datawala showcase ordinary objects of daily life, in a different light.

On July 12, 2017


Issue 2 : #allGreen

Photo essay by former editor of Harper’s Bazaar India, turned photographer, Nishat Fatima.          

On June 28, 2017


Issue 2 : #allGreen

5 Indian photographers take on our issue theme.        

On June 13, 2017


Issue 1 : #colourBlind

A series of surreal images drawing parallels between duality of the real self and its spiritual aura.            

On June 11, 2017


Issue 1 : #colourBlind

Sarah Naqvi’s artwork celebrates diversity and embraces the skin that we’re born with.                  

On May 9, 2017


Issue 1 : #colourBlind