THIS IS (NOW) ONLINE
A digital zine game played by 78 artists during
the covid-19 lockdown
A virtual Zine exhibition
You can also support our covid-19 relief
fundraiser buy purchasing a zine online
A reformatted or preview version of our original exhibition This is (not) tomorrow, which has been postponed till a later date when it is safe to open Pulp Society’s gallery.
To try and combat feelings of anxiety, isolation and creative doldrums, we
re-envisioned the format of our original zine exhibition plan in line with the current times.
Over the past few weeks, 78 artists, illustrators, writers and first-time makers collaborated in a unique digital program to make 16 zines. As an attempt to combat the loneliness and creative isolation resulting from the lockdown, Pulp Society x TIRAF created two digital games - Exquizine and Blind Date — in hope of energizing the creative community through the power of collective action.
The participating artists along with Pulp Society x TIRAF are donating the outcome of this collaboration to the COVID-19 relief work and would like YOU to join in this collective effort to help those who are most in need.
Through the sale of a limited edition of 20 Exquizine and Blind Date zines, we can together aim to raise INR 2,00,000 — that’s the amazing power of collective action!
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Choose your favourite zine(s) for purchase.
Go on to and pick an organisation or charity of your choice.
Make a minimum donation of INR 500/- to purchase one Exquizine zine.
Make a minimum donation of INR 1,000/- to purchase one Blind Date zine.
Take a screenshot of your receipt and email it to
Your zine will be on its way to you soon! Pulp Society x TIRAF will be producing and distributing
the zines to all donors once lockdown is lifted.
Donations must be made after April 30th. Back-dated donations cannot be used.
To ensure that you get the zine of your choosing, please email us at to book your selection prior to making your donation.
You can purchase as many zines as you like through a single donation receipt. For instance, a donation of INR 2,000 equals 4 Exquizines, and so on.
All artworks have been donated by the participating artists, and cost of production and domestic mailing will be covered by Pulp Society x TIRAF. International mailing is extra. No commission will be earned by the organising institution.