Paintings & Mural
Our most recent work for a client who gave us a reference and was quite clear about her requirement of the Kathakali face mask. It was quite inspiring and challenging to capture the intricate and vivid details of the mask in a painting! This painting in oil besides the vibrant colours had 3D elements to further enhance the beauty of it.
Products, lights and furniture for a brand new home
This project was interesting and immensely satisfying for many reasons. The designing of the space, which included the alcove using Warli Art as a theme; to designing and creating home accent pieces, furniture and lights.
Mural & Home Accessories
Super hero’s is what all kids are crazy about. So this client’s kids room required all accessories related to super hero’s but they all needed some functionality for their use. We did table lamps, bookshelves and storage in a Thor hammer shape, clock and bookends, all based on super hero themes.
We also did a huge mirror mural for the living room.
Our first retail project was challenging and exciting for various reasons. With major space constrain the biggest challenge was to create maximum display space besides two changing rooms. But the exciting part turned out to be the accessories, props and lighting that was conceptualised as per the brand name and business. Each and every piece, right from a display tag to the main signage was custom made!
Living room refurbishment
The living room was refurbished for our globe trotter client keeping his interests and hobbies in mind. A coffee table in coffee cup design; and a storage cum display cabinet with faux book drawer and badminton racquet artwork door are just two examples how we integrated the client's hobbies in the furniture pieces that we customized.
Dressing table with lights
This dressing table was unusual in a way that our client, who is incidentally a television actress had quite a list of requirements for one furniture. A compact dressing table that will have one concealed full length and one half mirror with shutter, seating stool and storage provision. And of course a Radha Krishna painting! Well we were up to the challenge and the result is for you to see.