Burnt Roti curated a week long exhibition in East London with 20 multimedia artists to explain what the Beauty of Being British Asian actually is.
A panel discussion on the importance of independent publishing and collaboration.
Cambridge University - Burnt Roti was invited to Cambridge University to discuss their successful exhibition BOBBA and why it's important to have representation in the arts.
On the Guardian - front page and G2 interview, as well as online article, talking about independent magazines creating by women.
On BBC News Facebook Live to talk about plastic surgery and the possibility of ethnic cleansing from changing your facial features.
Burnt Roti held a workshop at Tate Britain to celebrate body hair and our relationships with our bodies.
On a panel for The Performance Lab's Cut The Bakwaas night, discussing the British Asian experience in creative industries.
Is it rude to ask people how much they earn? pic.twitter.com/h3psUma5Ky— BBC Three (@bbcthree) December 3, 2017
Is it rude to ask people how much they earn? pic.twitter.com/h3psUma5Ky
@ukparliament on Instagram: David Lammy MP speaks to us about the new Bernie Grant portrait unveiled in Parliament.
@ukparliament on Instagram: A video with animation celebrating the anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot.
@ukparliament on Instagram: A video celebrating the first women in Parliament - from the first openly gay MP to first black MP.
UK Parliament social media branding
Working with the design team in PDS and external agency SomeOne, UK Parliament's branding was implemented on all their social media channels.
An illustration for an article on Burnt Roti to talk about sexual health, this was created to expose the different shapes, sizes and colours of a vagina.
Will you BB my D8?
For Valentine's Day, a Star Wars design to please avid movie goers became a popular card.
Mehndi hand clap emoji
A design that was used initially for the BOBBA Exhibition and then used for merch afterwards - for badges, postcards and postcards.