Art Should Tempt (AST) hosted its first gathering in association with WeWork, that included the launch of an Express print edition and exhibited the work of six creatives who had been chosen for the publication - including a display to please one’s olfactory senses, gourmet food and signature cocktails.

 

Sauvik Banerjjee

Sauvik Banerjjee (fondly known as ‘Dada’) grew up with technology as we know it - getting introduced to its infantile forms through mathematics, quantum mechanics, applied physics and cricket influenced by his parents and family.

 

Udaipur - More than lakes & palaces

Romantic old-world charm, soothing lakes, and fairy-tale palaces are what draw so many visitors to Udaipur, known as the City of Lakes. But Udaipur isn’t just about lakes and palaces. 

Yasmin Karachiwala

“Positivity breeds positivity,” says India’s first BASI certified Pilates trainer, Yasmin Karachiwala, asking us to be the best version of ourselves at all times

 

Peter Untermaierhofer

Abandoned places might induce a sense of melancholy for most. However, for Peter Untermaierhofer, they inspire a sense of beauty and romanticism due to the memories attached. We delve into this photographer’s mind.

 
 

Meraj Hasan

Through poetry that is a requiem for a dream, Meraj Hasan traces a parallel profile from his prolific career in marketing and advertising, a self that is honest and tangled up in blue.

 

Gin Infusions - Best in town under one roof

The charm of a Speakeasy bar is in the mythical stature of offerings inside. The thrill of forbidden indulgence, these establishments first came into prominence during the Prohibition era of 1920s America. Today, the choicest places from London to New Delhi play on understated popularity, with a loyal stream of patrons and name that spreads through hushed whispers.

Manuel Galipeau

An interaction with Manuel Galipeau takes us through the mind of an architect and an artist, the vulnerabilities and the serene beauty of his imagination, which makes the future happen.

 

Nathan Bolger

If You Can Design One Thing, You Can Design Everything.