We’re in it for you.
Your aesthetics, sensibilities and conversations keep changing. And our shop is a reflection of that.
To keep up with your here and now, every few months we switch it up by launching new capsules, each of which is a collection of products that are true to you.
So keep challenging our designs and engaging with us, because Curry Shop is as much yours as it is ours.
Curry studio is our independent publishing unit and online publishing platform.
It’s where we engage with you online and offline through thoughtful conversations, interviews, provocations and photo essays on design, food and youth culture.
Sometimes, we'll even impart dubious advice from behind our Curry desks.
Print is very much alive. Our independently published zines are where we preserve the joy of turning pages as they carefully reveal artworks and beautifully laid out words.
'Fill Me In' is a series of the dankest line drawings brought to the world with utmost benevolence for purely therapeutic purposes, with a mild intention towards revolution.
It's about time you bring out the child in you and unlearn a few monstrous constructs you might have picked up on the way to adulthood.
This book is also a fanzine, an ode to the German photographer Juergen Teller, whose photographs are as awkward and over exposed as our drawings are.
Curry Magazine is a crossover print publication for Indian and British creatives. It derives its name from racist yet commonplace British slurs such as oy, you smell of curry!
To tell stories about India in a manner true to who we are, and be able to sell the magazine in British newsstands is our cheeky way of reclaiming the word ‘Curry’. The first issue uses the theme ‘taste’ as a springboard to talk about various socio-political issues through never-seen-before artworks and text.
This magazine is now out for print.
Here's what the press has to say!
Read tasters from Issue 01
Lily Rowles illustrates the dying monarch butterflies in a sea of red Rhododendrons.
In the Kulu valley of the Himalayan regions, monarch butterflies, essential for pollination of the renowned apple orchards and farms are on the dec...
Amy Lockwood's case on why we need hallucinogens in the twenty first century.
A look at how Hoffman’s vision of hallucinogens can be applied to our contemporary world, and how psychedelics can be an important tool for self ex...