Posted on December 18, 2017
The Joker with a Pen
What started as a competition became an obsession. An obsession to play with thoughts is dangerous. It either makes you or breaks you (I won’t be broken because I am the JOKER playing with your thoughts ?).
Khuzuziat, the name of my blog, is a word with Persian origins, which means uniqueness. I am unique and so is everyone else. But in the monotony of our regular lives, we fail to recognize the beauty in unnoticeable things. I present an opportunity to find the extraordinary in the ordinary.
I am Shashwat Seth, an optimistic learner and adventurer who dares you to take this crazy experience with me…
Find my blog here:
The Lost Romantic
A young girl sat in the corner of her bed, engrossed in a world of fantasies she created for herself. Inspired by the myriad of books which had remained her chums since time immemorial. That young girl is me – Vagessha Khanna – who has never found better companions than novels, pen, and paper.
The blog ‘Lost in Reveries’ is just a compilation of my cogitations and a few stories. It is a glimpse into the bizarre illusions in my head.
If you’re brave enough to divulge into my world, go ahead and explore my blog:
The Artist Entrepreneur
Picking the base colors of my choice and filling them into curves with just one click, drawing strokes passing by the curves as tangents to them with just two clicks. Typing, typing, and typing … the fonts that speak for themselves and then, thinking in bold and feeling in italics. Throwing Digital paint on a digital canvas, with a digital brush. Finally coming up with with a composition which is alive even if virtually, I create digital graphic art.
Find digital invitation cards, banners, posters, social media advertisements, and a plethora of communicative designs onto my facebook page…
The Skillful Scrivener
What harm can lemons do to you in life as long as you choose to enjoy its juices? In a chaotic world, every soul tends to seek peace, and my peace rests within my words.
Writing is something that has helped me scream via words when I didn’t even feel like uttering a word. All through my graduation, I have found my solace in twirling words out of my pen, the way I want.
“When writing soothes my soul every single time
You still think I need a wine?”
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A Human of a City
Humans of New York began as a photography project in 2010. The initial goal was to photograph 10,000 New Yorkers on the street and create an exhaustive catalogue of the city’s inhabitants. Somewhere along the way, I began to interview my subjects in addition to photographing them. And alongside their portraits, I’d include quotes and short stories from their lives.
Taken together, these portraits and captions became the subject of a vibrant blog. HONY now has over twenty million followers on social media and provides a worldwide audience with daily glimpses into the lives of strangers on the streets of New York City. Over the past five years, it has also expanded to feature stories from over twenty different countries. The work is also featured in two bestselling books: Humans of New York and Humans of New York: Stories.
Watch Brandon Stanton interview here to get inspired:
Cheers to these disobedients!
This was their story.
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