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art prints Autumn 2016 Catalogue


Art Prints Autumn 2016 Catalogue Based in Chennai, India, we’re an independent visual ar ts publisher, looking to push the boundaries of the physical book in an age busy writing its obituary. We also run a print-shop employing over 20 bookmaking ar tisans on a fair-trade basis. They use handmade paper and non-toxic inks to create numbered ar tists’ books as well as ar t prints. Given our long history of working with rich and varied forms of contemporary indigenous ar t, we’ve collected an astonishing variety of images for our books: a number of them have been rendered into signed, limited-edition ar t prints. Affordable for ar t lovers, they provide an extra source of income for our ar tists, as well as suppor t the ar tisans in our print-shop. The ar t traditions we showcase include Gond from Madhya Pradesh, Meena from Rajasthan, Mithila from Bihar, Warli from Maharashtra, and Patachitra from Orissa. A section of prints also features work from other contemporary ar tists who have worked on book projects with us.


The art of the Gond tribal community in central India is dense yet intricate and rich with meaning. The Gonds are one of India’s largest indigenous communities, and ar t is central to their lives. Originally painted on walls and floors, Gond art has since found its way to paper and canvas.


Gond Tribal Style


sad cat

A cat with thoughts.

Print from the book I Like Cats

Artist: Bhajju Shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 56 x 41 cm Numbered, limited edition of 25 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,000 | $60 | €55 | £40 EAN: 0602401675865


Cow Paths In Gond tribal art, decorative patterns fill the surface of images in intricate profusion. Each pattern is unique to a particular artist, making it his or her signature. An explanation of why an artist has chosen a particular pattern helps the reader connect everyday life and labour with imagination and artistic rendering. This is the pattern that a cow makes on the earth with her hooves. Print from the book Signature

Artist: Pradeep Marani Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401503311


Crescent Moons In Gond tribal art, decorative patterns fill the surface of images in intricate profusion. Each pattern is unique to a particular artist, making it his or her signature. An explanation of why an artist has chosen a particular pattern helps the reader connect everyday life and labour with imagination and artistic rendering. I’ve thought of half a moon, a crescent, and the path it takes through the sky. Print from the book Signature

Artist: Anand Shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401675902


Waterworld In Gond tribal art, decorative patterns fill the surface of images in intricate profusion. Each pattern is unique to a particular artist, making it his or her signature. An explanation of why an artist has chosen a particular pattern helps the reader connect everyday life and labour with imagination and artistic rendering. My pattern is of fish scales, and the drops of water that surround the fish. Print from the book Signature

Artist: Suresh Kumar Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401503311


path In Gond tribal art, decorative patterns fill the surface of images in intricate profusion. Each pattern is unique to a particular artist, making it his or her signature. An explanation of why an artist has chosen a particular pattern helps the reader connect everyday life and labour with imagination and artistic rendering. These are the paths that a plow makes on the earth. Print from the book Signature

Artist: Mansingh Vyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste â‚š3,500 | $85 | â‚Ź75 | ÂŁ55 EAN: 0602401675889


Leaves In Gond tribal art, decorative patterns fill the surface of images in intricate profusion. Each pattern is unique to a particular artist, making it his or her signature. An explanation of why an artist has chosen a particular pattern helps the reader connect everyday life and labour with imagination and artistic rendering. My pattern is made up of linked leaf chains that make up the canopy of a tree. Print from the book Signature

Artist: Bhajju Shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401675919


Trident In Gond tribal art, decorative patterns fill the surface of images in intricate profusion. Each pattern is unique to a particular artist, making it his or her signature. An explanation of why an artist has chosen a particular pattern helps the reader connect everyday life and labour with imagination and artistic rendering. I’ve used three lines to stand for the trishul, the three-pronged trident of the gods. Print from the book Signature

Artist: Gariba Singh Tekam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401675469


Peacock with fiery tail

I saw a peacock with a fiery tail.

Print from the book I Saw a Peacock with a Fiery Tail

Artist: Ramsingh Urveti Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 180 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,000 | $75 | €65 | £50 EAN: 0602401503311


Whale in a Raging Sea

Swallow up a whale I saw a raging sea.

Print from the book I Saw a Peacock with a Fiery Tail

Artist: Ramsingh Urveti Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 56 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 180 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,000 | $75 | €65 | £50 EAN: 0602401503298


Moon

As big as the moon and higher I saw the sun even in the midst of night.

Print from the book I Saw a Peacock with a Fiery Tail

Artist: Ramsingh Urveti Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 56 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,000 | $75 | €65 | £50 EAN: 0602401503304


The Miracle of Flight The heaviest animal I have ever seen is an elephant. So that is the creature that came to my mind when I painted the plane. A plane taking off is as much of a miracle as an elephant flying. Print from the book The London Jungle Book

Artist: Bhajju Shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 58 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $120 | €105 | £80 EAN: 0602401675148


When Two Times Meet I have combined the rooster, which is the symbol of time in Gond art and Big Ben, which is the symbol of time for London. These are two perfect symbols coming together. Print from the book The London Jungle Book

Artist: Bhajju Shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 58 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $120 | €105 | £80 EAN: 0602401675360


Becoming a Foreigner I had seen foreigners before—in London, I realised something strange. My colour was different, my language was taken away from me... I myself had become a foreigner. Print from the book the london jungle book

Artist: Bhajju shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 48 x 76 cm Numbered, limited edition of 25 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503175


The King of the Underworld In Gond belief, there is another world below this one, ruled by the earthworm. I discovered there is such a world in London as well, and it is the Underground. The tube is the earthworm that rules it. Print from the book the london jungle book

Artist: Bhajju shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 76 x 48 cm Numbered, limited edition of 25 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503168


Snakes and Earth The earth is held in the coils of the snake goddess. If you want to depict the earth, you can show it in the form of a snake. Print from the book The night life of trees

Artist: Bhajju Shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503281


The Home of the Creator The Peepul tree is the home of the Creator, worshipped by Hindus and forest people alike. The Peepul tree is so perfect that seen against the sky, it seems to have the same shape as its own leaf. Print from the book The night life of trees

Artist: Bhajju Shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503274


The Creation of Trees When Shankar Bhagwan, the creator, made the first man, there was no tree, no leaf on earth. The man said, “Lord, what will I eat? How will I live?” The creator pulled three hairs from his own body, and from them made three great trees. Print from the book The night life of trees

Artist: Ramsingh Urveti Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503267


The Dumar Tree The holy Dumar tree, whose fruits look like little birds, is worshipped for nine nights during the festival of Navratri. It blesses marriages, where its wood is used to make the wedding canopy. Print from the book The night life of trees

Artist: Durga Bai Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503250


The peacock When the peacock dances in the forest, everything watches, and the trees change their form to turn into feathers. Print from the book The night life of trees

Artist: Ramsingh Urveti Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503243


The Squirrel’s Dream A squirrel sat on a tree, dreaming. How wonderful it would be to become something other than a squirrel! Print from the book The night life of trees

Artist: Ramsingh Urveti Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 43 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503236


The Sacred Seed All life comes from a source, a small seed that holds the possibility of life, and when the time is right, allows it to emerge. The seed is the source of all plant life. Print from the book creation

Artist: Bhajju shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 56 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 100 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503229


The birth of art The creator gave us the gift of the earth not only to live, but also, in turn, to create. We make forms out of mud—houses, pots, and hearths. And from mud come the five earth colours: white, black, yellow, red and green. Print from the book creation

Artist: Bhajju shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 56 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 100 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503212


air

Into this place, the creator streamed the breath of life. Air was born.

Print from the book creation

Artist: Bhajju shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 56 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 100 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503205


The Unborn Fish In the beginning, before the creator made the world, there was emptiness... nothing at all. Then came water. Print from the book creation

Artist: Bhajju shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 56 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 100 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503199


the egg of origins Animals—and the human beings—originate from the egg. The egg, in turn, is inside the womb, from which all life emerges. Print from the book creation

Artist: Bhajju shyam Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 56 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 100 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401503182


Traditionally, it is the women of the Warli community who paint the walls and floors of their home, particularly for special occasions.The walls are washed with cowdung and special mud, and the brushes are made of bamboo. The images are all in white paint, made of lime and a type of chalk.


Warli Tribal Style


farm

Planting and harvesting in a Warli village.

Print from the book do!

Artist: Ramesh Hengadi & Shantaram Dhadpe

Area: Maharashtra Print size: 56 x 43 cm

Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹1,500 | $40 | €30 | £25 EAN: 0602401503151


FISH

River fishing in a Warli village.

Print from the book do!

Artist: Ramesh Hengadi & Shantaram Dhadpe

Area: Maharashtra Print size: 43 x 56 cm

Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹1,500 | $40 | €30 | £25 EAN: 0602401675322


Colourful, vibrant, yet extremely delicate, Mithila art is primarily done by women living in small rural communities in the state of Bihar. Also known as Madhubani painting, this art form originated from the decorative patterns traced by women on the walls and floors of their homes and community spaces.


Mithila Style


Remembered Childhood

I thought of my own childhood... and started to paint two girls under a tree.

Print from the book Hope is a Girl Selling Fruit

Artist: Amrita Das Area: Bihar Print size: 56 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 180 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $100 | €90 | £70 EAN: 0602401675384


An Artist’s Memory of Her Mother I thought of the fish my mother and I used to sell in the market, and the strange patterns on them. Print from the book Following My Paintbrush

Artist: Dulari Devi Area: Bihar Print size: 56 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 180 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $100 | €90 | £70 EAN: 0602401675377


The Octopus Here is the octopus in its habitat, the ocean. I have shown the octopus with its meal tray—clams, starfish, scallops and sea-urchins. Print from the book Waterlife

Artist: Rambharos Jha Area: Bihar Print size: 58 x 38 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $120 | €105 | £80 EAN: 0602401675797


the Crocodile Two things came to mind when I sat down to draw the crocodile – its prickly harsh body and the waters that house it. Print from the book Waterlife

Artist: Rambharos Jha Area: Bihar Print size: 58 x 38 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $120 | €105 | £80 EAN: 0602401675414


The Whale Here is a whale in the ocean, swimming through the waves that stream in different directions, curving, circling and reaching out. Print from the book Waterlife

Artist: Rambharos Jha Area: Bihar Print size: 58 x 38 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $120 | €105 | £80 EAN: 0602401675995


Moving through Water I did not find it easy to draw the sea-horse. I had to be tender towards these creatures. To protect my sea-horses, I ended up drawing floating water plants surrounding them. Print from the book Waterlife

Artist: Rambharos Jha Area: Bihar Print size: 58 x 38 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $120 | €105 | £80 EAN: 0602401676015


cranes My picture-tribute to a well-known fable. A crane visits a shoal of fish living in a pond. He warns them about an impending drought. He offers to save the fish, by carrying them away, one by one, to another pond. The fish agree. But very soon we realise what is going on... Print from the book Waterlife

Artist: Rambharos Jha Area: Bihar Print size: 58 x 38 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $120 | €105 | £80 EAN: 0602401676022


The marriage symbol Whenever there is a marriage in our region, the motif of the lotus is painted on the floor. The lotus is revered in our culture; folk songs and stories contain beautiful references to this lovely flower and its broad leaves. Print from the book waterlife

Artist: Rambharos Jha Area: Bihar Numbered, limited edition Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste Print size: 76 x 48 cm 25 prints per design ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401675186

Print size: 58 x 38 cm 200 prints per design ₹5,000 | $120 | €105 | £80 EAN: 0602401676008


snake festival Where I live, snakes are worshipped on a certain festival day called Nagapanchami. Here is my version of a ritual Nagapanchami snake, resting on the ocean bed. Print from the book Waterlife

Artist: Rambharos Jha Area: Bihar Print size: 76 x 48 cm Numbered, limited edition of 25 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401675209


The Crab and the Spider Crab Traditional Mithila artists paint the crab, but they also paint another related creature called the Spider Crab. I wanted to distinguish between the two crabs, and let them float in their own distinctive water spaces. Print from the book Waterlife

Artist: Rambharos Jha Area: Bihar Print size: 76 x 48 cm Numbered, limited edition of 25 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹8,000 | $175 | €165 | £120 EAN: 0602401675490


Passed on from mother to daughter through generations, Meena art is one of the most ancient tribal art forms in India.The women paint on the mud walls and floors of the village.There are no brushes—a piece of cloth soaked in chalk and lime paste is squeezed through the artist’s fingers in a flowing line.


meena tribal Style


tortoise

A tortoise swims by slowly.

Print from the book Gobble You Up!

Artist: Sunita Area: Rajasthan Print size: 56 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 180 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,000 | $65 | €55 | £40 EAN: 0602401675179


Patachitra means painting on canvas—Pata is a special canvas made from cloth, and Chitra means painting. The art started around the ancient temple of Puri in Orissa, where artists used to paint the walls with images and stories of the local gods.


patachitra Style


Slow Cat

A stately cat takes his time.

Print from the book I Like Cats

Artist: Radhashyam Raut Area: Orissa Print size: 56 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 180 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $65 | €60 | £45 EAN: 0602401675780


Leaping Tiger

A tiger spots his prey.

Print from the book The Sacred Banana Leaf

Artist: Radhashyam Raut Area: Orissa Print size: 58 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,000 | $95 | €80 | £60 EAN: 0602401676039


Garuda

The mythical eagle Garuda is the celestial vehicle of the god Vishnu.

Print from the book The Circle of Fate

Artist: Radhashyam Raut Area: Orissa Print size: 43 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,500 | $105 | €90 | £70 EAN: 0602401676077


The Bhil tribe from central India paints in a typically joyous and colourful style. The art originated from the festive and decorative designs made by women on the floors and walls of homes, using natural dyes and powders.


Bhil Style


The Berry Tree

A berry tree in the summer feeds hungry children.

Print from the book Between Memory and Museum

Artist: Gangu Bai Area: Madhya Pradesh Print size: 58 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401676046


Created by the nomadic Vaghari community in Gujarat, this textile art explores myths and stories around their Mother Goddess and local legends. The art is block-printed, painted, and dyed with natural pigments. The colours are always blood red, black and white.


Mata-ni-pachedi Style


Bear

The bear looks for honey in a honeycomb.

Print from the book Brer Rabbit Retold

Artist: Jagdish Chitara Area: Gujarat Print size: 43 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,500 | $105 | €90 | £70 EAN: 0602401676053


Tiger

The tiger in his cave in the jungle.

Print from the book Brer Rabbit Retold

Artist: Jagdish Chitara Area: Gujarat Print size: 43 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,500 | $105 | €90 | £70 EAN: 0602401676060


An eclectic collection of artworks by some of the artists who have worked with us on our book projects.


other artists


you! Any form of discrimination­­—racial, economic, sexual, political or religious—negates the freedom of the other to be different. In our times, fingerprinting has been one of the most important ways to mark and single out an individual. Print from the book fingerprint

Artist: roberto abbiati & andrea anastasio

Print size: 51 x 71 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,000 | $65 | €55 | £40 EAN: 0602401675216


On the Move

I wait for a train to stop, then I walk up and whisper: take me to the city.

Print from the book Drawing from the City

Artist: Tejubehan Area: Gujarat Print size: 58 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401676121


I Like Cars I like cars. There are always two women in my cars. One drives and the other looks out of the window. I want to be both those women. Print from the book Drawing from the City

Artist: Tejubehan Area: Gujarat Print size: 58 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401675896


Women Descending From the Sky My women are never content to sit still. They float down from the sky, wondering where to go next. Print from the book Drawing from the City

Artist: Tejubehan Area: Gujarat Print size: 58 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401675759


Women Need Bicycles I saw a girl going somewhere on a bicycle and drew a whole group of girls, all of them on the way somewhere. Print from the book Drawing from the City

Artist: Tejubehan Area: Gujarat Print size: 58 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401675872


Our Goddess Our Goddess is armed and rides a tiger, and we all pray to her. She’s both fierce and kind. Print from the book Drawing from the City

Artist: Tejubehan Area: Gujarat Print size: 58 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹3,500 | $85 | €75 | £55 EAN: 0602401675766


Tent City The houses we build for ourselves in the city are not made of mud or brick, but of cloth, plastic and gunny bags, just anything we can find. Print from the book Drawing from the City

Artist: Tejubehan Area: Gujarat Print size: 71 x 51 cm Numbered, limited edition of 25 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,000 | $75 | €65 | £50 EAN: 0602401675346


Flying Women As a child, I was fascinated by the big graceful birds that moved silently through the sky. This one is flying to the city, carrying women. Print from the book Drawing from the City

Artist: Tejubehan Area: Gujarat Print size: 71 x 51 cm Numbered, limited edition of 25 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,000 | $75 | €65 | £50 EAN: 0602401675247


FOREST ENCOUNTERS: ELEPHANTS (grey) Elephants, despite their huge size, can move silently through the forests. Keep a close eye on your surroundings as their bodies can merge into the shadows of the forest. Print from the forthcoming book In a Kadar Forest in a kadar forest

Artist: matthew Frame Print size: 56 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,000 | $75 | €65 | £50 EAN: 0602401675261


FOREST ENCOUNTERS: ELEPHANTS (brown) Elephants, despite their huge size, can move silently through the forests. Keep a close eye on your surroundings as their bodies can merge into the shadows of the forest. Print from the forthcoming book In a Kadar Forest in a kadar forest

Artist: matthew Frame Print size: 56 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,000 | $75 | €65 | £50 EAN: 0602401675155


FOREST ENCOUNTERS: GAUR When you’re walking along forest paths there is every chance you may encounter a Gaur, one of the largest mammals on land. Take care and use another route! Print from the forthcoming book In a Kadar Forest in a kadar forest

Artist: matthew Frame Print size: 56 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹4,000 | $75 | €65 | £50 EAN: 0602401675254


JUNGLE NOISES Your ears can be more useful than your eyes in the jungle: animals can hide their forms from you, but never their sounds. Print from the forthcoming book In a Kadar Forest in a kadar forest

Artist: matthew Frame Print size: 56 x 43 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $100 | €90 | £70 EAN: 0602401675285


THE MARRIAGE OF THE FOREST GOD Kadavul, the forest god, celebrates his wedding each year and invites everyone, including the hornbill and the tortoise. Print from the forthcoming book The Marriage of the Forest God and Other Tales from the Kadars

Artist: matthew Frame Print size: 43 x 56 cm Numbered, limited edition of 200 prints per design Signed by the artist Screen-printed on 200 gsm handmade paper recycled from cotton waste ₹5,000 | $100 | €90 | £70 EAN: 0602401675315


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