Entries by Nidhi Chanani

write to resist

When I design these posters, I take many things into account. I enjoy drawing cute characters who have a place in the world without being objects of desire. I focus on their activities as well as their functional design. Here she has her hair tied back with a pencil tucked into it. Her back is […]

stand for love

I pushed aside some work to make these free images. You can find them here. I will keep making more through the week. Stay strong, stay loud and keep resisting. With love, Nidhi

music resists

Download the 8.5×11 page here and page 1 here, page 2 here, and page 3 here. Our dedicated activist sings along with a folk singer she meets on her path! These are free, downloadable coloring pages. This is how I resist – by telling stories and creating art. I hope this will be a tool to […]

comicon for all

I’m still recovering from Comicon – it was a whirlwind of panels, parties and my 7th year in small press. I didn’t want folks who couldn’t make it to miss out, so we’re having a sitewide 25% off sale* through Sunday (our biggest of the year) with the code SDCC17. I hope you’re having a […]

NPR, SDCC and tour

I am thrilled to be included in this article on NPR today. We’re deep in prep for San Diego Comicon – every year it sneaks up on me. I can’t believe it’s next week! I will have a table at O-14 in Small Press. I will also be speaking on multiple panels. I hope to […]

summer sale

It’s been a busy time as we prepare for San Diego Comicon where I will speak on 6 panels about Pashmina. I am also in the midst of planning my book tour – so many events! I’m also working on my next graphic novel, Jukebox. The hustle and work never stops!   Meanwhile I wanted […]

last day to pre-order volume 3

Today is the last day to pre-order Everyday Love Volume 3 and receive an original sketch inside the book! I’ve been enjoying sketching in the books – the above are just a few of the drawings I’ve completed. We received the books on Thursday and will be shipping them all pre-orders on Monday! Also today […]

the high line

Book Expo was a wonderful whirlwind. I took the opportunity to walk to dinner and enjoy the city after a few interviews and my panel. I held a physical copy of Pashmina in my hands for the first time! Then I signed 100 advanced copies and was introduced as an author ^_^ I’ve been worried about not knowing […]