Homes in India (1)

The first of four pieces on the Indian Home


Emergent Indian Woman

Alia Bhatt and changing Indian femininity


Sound & Music Semiotics

Earporn, Music Maximalism, and Super Normal Stimuli


Brand Worlds
Contributions From


Celeny Gonzalez

New York City native and a student at The New School, Urban Studies program, Celeny is interested in the spatial and political design of cities and how these pertain to the experiences of the individual. Through writing, visual art, photography and qualitative research she attempts to capture and relate the stories of the people to the stories of architecture. She is also interested in performance, environmental art and Caribbean culture. One of her current design interventions includes eco-graffiti. More at:

New York City, USA

Malex Salamanques

Malex specialises in semiotic thinking & hands-on design to optimise visual communication for brands. A pioneer in this field, she works at Space Doctors on design semiotics projects internationally & across categories. Malex has more than 12 years experience running projects from conceptualisation to actioning design, development and production for digital & printed media. She holds an MA in Design and Branding Strategy from Brunel University, London and a BA in Graphic Design & Visual Communication from Prodiseño, Venezuela's leading design School, where she taught Graphic Design until 2004.

Brighton, UK

Caroline Pearce

Caroline is a freelance academic and writer. Her current research focuses on the politics of emotion, analysing the rising political and public interest in happiness. Caroline has a BA in Sociology from the University of Derby and an MA in Sociology from the University of Manchester. Her past research has explored the experience of grief and loss and examined the role of emotions in qualitative research. She’s also worked as a research assistant at Loughborough University undertaking qualitative research into the experience of spinal injury. Caroline writes a blog: where you can find more of her work.

London, UK