Ads of the Musts For the ones which sell without ads
As the name suggests, this was a series of advertisements on mundane items that are absolutely necessary but remain highly underestimated. With Ads of The Musts, we hoped to re-establish our constant claim that everything has a story to tell, and Fame Per Second is the quintessential story-teller for all things, interesting or not.
Anita The survivors tale
It's a story of a young girl, living with HIV. It's not a real story, but one based on the stories of lives of the young people (aged 11-13) living with HIV who took part in the ARROW Young Lives research project in Uganda and Zimbabwe. The aim was to help people understand what it's like to be a young person with HIV in these countries.
Virtually Real People that we spend most of our time with
We are big on social media platforms. In fact most of us spend a lot of time with social media, more than we do with other people. So we imagined how these platforms would look as people in a series of posts.
Who-yug – Who run the world?
Cynic Dutta was finally fed up with nonsense in the name of cinema. He was tired of abusing-whining about it as well. So, he decides to stop critiquing films, instead shifts his attention to analysing and understanding the types of Bengali cinema goers. The name is a reflection of one of his epic conclusions, where he asserts that it's not like people watch movies anymore, it's who they watch the movie for.
Over Tech Age of the tech overtake
Every day we are made to face new diseases that are a direct consequence of our ever changing lifestyles. Technology is one such thing that has its claws deep into us. So on World Health Day, we pushed out a series of posts highlighting how over usage of tech is dictating many of health symptoms.