Intimate Line Drawings of Life in a Tiny Indian Village

Artist Nakul Mondal chronicles his daily life in the tiny village of Gangpur in West Bengal, India through the creation of small-scale pen and ink drawings. This ritual started in 2013, shortly after the artist moved to the village, which has a population of just over 6,000 people, from the capital city of Kolkata — a time that Mondal describes as one “filled with heartache and existential isolation.”