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Street photographer, Kaushal Parikh captures love in maximum city.

On October 22, 2018


Issue 9: #love

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

On October 17, 2018


Issue 9: #love

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


Issue 9: #love

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

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