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Two colour Serigraph

Paper : Off White uncoated textured Paper

Size : 23.1″ x 13.5″

Note : Edition of 15 Prints


Availability : SOLD OUT



This screen print is from the BLUED series which was originally a book (now sold-out), self-published by my studio Bombay Duck Designs, in 2014.

It is an illustrated documentation of the use of Taad-Patri, as we call it colloquially in India. The blues of a tarpaulin is a common sight in urban metros. Tarpaulin is comparatively inexpensive and typically used as a creative jugaad solution due to the strength and convenience of the material. It is commonly seen at the street-side makeshift shops as a base to display their wares and keep them safe from the dirt on the roads. It is also used for water-proofing and wind-proofing and thus can be seen covering the houses of the poor and the rich. During monsoon, the city often seems like a sea of cobalt blue due to the excessive use of tarps. Additionally, it makes for excellent sun-proofing, dust-proofing, pigeon-shit proofing, packaging, and temporary refugee camps.


This art-print comes un-framed in a sturdy plastic roll with a small surprise item from the artists studio


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