Bangalore of the 1960s revived by Indian cartoonist
Indian cartoonist Paul Fernandes has produced a new series of paintings that revive the heyday of his native Bengaluru in the 1960s and 1970s. The cartoons capture a calmer vision of life in the Karnataka capital, centred on Bengaluru landmarks such as the Bangalore Club, Russell Market and Koshy’s Bar and Restaurant. Prints from the series are available from the aPaulology gallery in Bengaluru. Read more: bbc.co.uk
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