To the ghetto of torpid breeds by Brototi

Brototi Mondal is a young illustrator and communication designer from India exploring sci-fi and retro-futuristic themes. Marvelled by the novels of William Gibson who convincingly imagines the near future and by dystopian artworks of Leopoldo D’Angelo Danguiz who also shares his cyber view on what may come, Brototi loves to explore computers, their consequences and interactions with the humans. With a Master degree in Visual communication in IDC School of Design, Bombay, she has elaborated her unique contrasting hard-lined style which is neo-noir, mysterious and grunge. Miss Mondal grew up watching Blade Runner and got fascinated by such series as Love Death & Robots and Westworld. Brototi is keen on creating an array of powerful characters and badass women who we wish were our best friends. Her art shows the beauty in rawness and grime which today has eventually landed on the Moon.


Can you inculcate the humanity in me, with all those humongous painful wars and catastrophes that have moulded your minds? Can you make me feel those goosebumps you go through by seeing a smile when giving birth? The code of meliorism has been broken by the Sapiens. Or are we still on time?

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