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GHOSE & CO.

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"Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could that they didn’t stop to think if they should."

-Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jurassic Park)

Toshiba SA-725 Receiver Vector Drawing
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Model: SA-725
Year: 1970
Material: Alloy Metal and Wood

thisshitfunny:

yodiscrepo:

Así se hacen las multiplicaciones al estilo maya.

bruh literally what the fuck this mean 

Four corners are say a, b, c, d

a |           |b
---------------
   |           |
---------------
c |           | d

now  bc = b + c

and multiplication is like
  a
+bc
+  d

Example here

a = 2
b = 6
c = 1
d = 3

bc = 6 +1 = 7
multiplication is
 2 
+ 7
+  3
------
273

Now another example 26 x 29

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a = 4
b = 18
c = 12
d = 54

bc = 18 +12 = 30
multiplication is
 4 
+30
+ 54
------
 754

Now again another example 15 x 23

(I am skipping the drawing here)
a = 2
b = 3
c = 10
d = 15

bc = 3 +10 = 13
multiplication is
 2 
+13
+ 15
------
 345

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The Escapist
(Pitambar Ghatak Lane, Kolkata 27)

My illustration series “City of Lost Hope" is inspired by the emptiness of the city of Kolkata and its people. Due to a conservative and restrictive left regime for more than thirty consecutive years, the back-bone of this ‘vibrant and enriched’ city was completely destroyed. The shattered economic growth, apathy to change anything, obstruction to all kinds of development, negligence to urban psychology, unconstitutional support to minority groups, and generic politicizing of all aspect of life took Kolkata to a  phase of thoughtlessness and oblivion. With the end of left rule, a large number of people expected the end of the dark period of monotony, but unfortunately this change was just political, except the colours and shape of the baton, all the things remain same.

Illustrations from this series are mostly from my memory from my college and university life - 2001 to 2006 (as well as enriched by some photographs in newspaper, article, online or offline). This are mostly drawn on A4 sized crape paper, scanned and digitally manipulated. I use a large variant of colours including inks (gel and fountain), water colours, acrylics, oil pastels, dry pastels. In this series, I’ve tried to restrict myself in duotone.
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Water colour, ink
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© 2014

The Escapist
(Pitambar Ghatak Lane, Kolkata 27)

My illustration series “City of Lost Hope" is inspired by the emptiness of the city of Kolkata and its people. Due to a conservative and restrictive left regime for more than thirty consecutive years, the back-bone of this ‘vibrant and enriched’ city was completely destroyed. The shattered economic growth, apathy to change anything, obstruction to all kinds of development, negligence to urban psychology, unconstitutional support to minority groups, and generic politicizing of all aspect of life took Kolkata to a phase of thoughtlessness and oblivion. With the end of left rule, a large number of people expected the end of the dark period of monotony, but unfortunately this change was just political, except the colours and shape of the baton, all the things remain same.

Illustrations from this series are mostly from my memory from my college and university life - 2001 to 2006 (as well as enriched by some photographs in newspaper, article, online or offline). This are mostly drawn on A4 sized crape paper, scanned and digitally manipulated. I use a large variant of colours including inks (gel and fountain), water colours, acrylics, oil pastels, dry pastels. In this series, I’ve tried to restrict myself in duotone.

Water colour, ink

© 2014

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