Relationships, Politicians, Travel & Life (2 vols.)
Mario's View of Portugese and contemporary Goa.
Sketches from India, USA, Europe, Israel & Macau
The chaos, the crowds and the landscape.
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The book begins with his early cartoons, inspired by Goan subjects. There are 13 themed sections with two large
sections on Women and Relationships and Politicians — both subjects that Mario thrives on.
Liquor and Prohibition, covers a period in Bombay's history and the Tongue and Cheek section epitomize Mario's unique
brand of humour. Among other sections are Children, Newspapers and Reading, Rain and Hair.
This volume begins with Mario's Foreign Travel cartoons, moving on to The Tourist, large sections on The Arts, The Law,
Health and Travel. Mario is a foodie and this shows in the chapter on Eating Out.
This is a compilation of Mario's best work on Goa with 7 chapters beginning with his Early Drawings of life in the 1950's and
moving on to Growing Up which is the best illustrated social commentary on Goa.
You will find Mario's historic illustrations of life under the Portuguese in the 16th century and a humorous interlude on
steamer journeys between Bombay and Goa as well as a showcase of Mario's mastery of capturing the essence of a place and its
This is Mario's journey through 10 countries over 40 years. In Europe, he covers the glamour of Paris, the starkness of a
German winter, the Portugal and England of the 50's and 60's and the exhuberance of America (New York,
Washington and San Francisco) in the 70s. Besides the urban landscape these ilustrations capture a way of life which has now
Though Mario spent the major part of his working life from the 50's in Bombay, he was never commissioned to draw the physical landscape.
However he captures the essence of the city with all its myriad qualities and aspects — from living and working
conditions to social life. There are sections on the Monsoons, Sports, and The Railway Station. The Bombay teenager has a separate chapter.
Mario begins with "Bombay as I see it" which explains his take on a city he dearly loves.