…sounds like the perfect way to get the zing back on a weekday
Especially when shopping includes discounts and a fabulous giveaway!
Let’s start with some inspiring art first..
Sunandini Banerjee for Seagull
Sunandini Banerjee, much in the manner of a magpie, collects images from a wide variety of sources and creates innovative, humourous digital collages—a potpourri or a medley or a luck bag, call it what you will. Created for the annual Seagull Books catalogue, this year’s collages are in the nature of contemporary miniature. There are 86 works on display from June 1st. Each collage is printed on archival paper is also available for sale online (shipped worldwide). Thanks Kavitha for sharing Sunandini’s work with us!
Maulshree Somani’s Illustration
Maulshree has been sharing her creative work with me for some time, and she sent an email to me this week with details of her latest project – a children’s book written by Bhakti Mathur that she has illustrated. Maulshree was kind enough to send me a pdf of the book, and I loved her vibrant art work. You can reach Maulshree at this email ID.
And now for some shopping!
Judy Ross Textiles
Special discount code for An Indian Summer readers!
Judy Ross Textilesis a NY based home textile company and design studio that retails products like pillows, rugs, curtains, upholstery fabric, tablemats and bedcovers at high end stores. The Judy Ross home collection pairs century-old hand embroidery techniques with modern design. For the past 18 years, Judy has developed a special relationship with artisans in Kashmir, India and Nepal. The master embroiderers, schooled in the traditional chainstitch technique, and expert weavers from Nepal using high quality wool and silk to create contemporary designs.
A giveaway for ‘An Indian Summer’ readers!
To enter the giveaway
Just comment on this post with a response to the question:
‘What is your and/or your kid’s favorite summer activity?’
And get a chance to win a fabulous block printed 100% cotton tunic
Muny, the brainchild of Samara Mahendru, makes clothing and accessories for children, using Indian hand block printing techniques on 100% cotton fabric. Muny uses a combination of custom designed prints with traditional block printing traditions for all products.The combination of traditional Indian textiles with contemporary colors and motifs, gives the clothes an eclectic, bohemian and multicultural aesthetic.
Be a proud owner of one the light airy tunics (pics below) for kids
In the color and the size you want*
Remember to comment on this post with your response to:
“What is your and/or your kid’s favorite summer activity?”
Samara and I will pick a winner based on the responses
And will announce the winner on this blog on June 20th