#Repost -- @whatwearhow There’s beauty in black and white but we live life in technicolor. What would life be in the absence of colours? Even a certain citrus fruit would be nameless! To celebrate the beauty that colours bring around us, @asianpaints comes up with a new Color Of The Year, each year. This year the pick is ‘Intense Ocean’ a captivating mix of blue, green and grey. We love how the colour emanates contrast against its serene and calming blue hue. Fashion your own ‘Intense Ocean’ flatlay.
@sam_kulavoor is a visual artist whose work lies at the intersection of contemporary illustration, graphic design and art. His work captures the essence of the environments he finds himself in, and the personalities of the people that inhabit them, depicted through his wonderfully quirky illustrations. Catch him at the Sassoon Dock Art Project.
Get ready to witness Yok & Sheryo (@_theyok and @_sheryo) spawn some amazing art at the Sassoon Dock and bring in a little bit of the Singaporean culture with them. Here’s an installation, Kampung Singa, they created at Singapore. P.S: You might see some cartoons come to life at this beautiful location!
Shilo Shiv Suleman’s (@shiloshivsuleman) work transcends mediums and is an embodiment of magic realism with activism. She uses her power of vivid expression to shed light on issues faced by women of all kind through through a collaborative process of inclusion and dialogue, in turn empowering the diverse communities she works with. She comes to Sassoon Dock to spread some of her magic dust.
@poornimatravellingsukumar and @sadh.press spent their initial days in Sassoon Dock with women of the Banjaraa community, sharing stories and documenting the motifs of their saris. These women and the vibrant patterns of their clothes have become the central figures of their artwork in the dock. 📸 @_tahska