Indian Colours announces a special exhibition from June 12 to 22 exclusively at the Fort branch
June 19, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Indian Colours is making art ever more accessible in collaboration with The Bombay Store's Launchpad. Art on home and lifestyle products will be showcased at The Bombay Store this June from 12th to 22nd exclusively at their Fort branch.
Art is too awesome to just hang on walls, and Indian Colours was launched last year with the aim of making the best Indian contemporary art a part of your life in many different ways. Indian Colours licenses images from some of the country's finest modern artists, and adapt them on cushion covers, coffee mugs, coasters, iPad sleeves, phone covers, bags and more. The artists get royalties - and customers get fine art at an affordable price!
The artists whose works are being highlighted include Samir Mondal, Babu Xavier, Nikhileswar Baruah, Rajendra Kapse, Haren Vakil, Shubha Gokhale, Soumen Das, Shruti Nelson, Aashna Jhaveri and Pradeep Mishra. Each of these artists have been practicing art and exhibiting on prestigious platforms for several years.
If you love art, you no longer need to view it from a distance - you can make it a part of your life. Our motto is, don't hang it, use it!
Besides The Bombay Store, the products are available on a regular basis at select retail stores in Mumbai, Pune and Chennai. Online, the products are available on www.indiancolours.com and www.amazon.in
The Bombay Store's Launchpad is a platform to showcase exciting new designer products and ventures. Indian Colours is proud to be part of this ongoing event.
Indian Colours is an initiative by Jasmine Shah Varma, proprietor, curator and writer on art. Her idea behind making art accessible is to popularise contemporary art practices beyond the context of art galleries. The brand was launched in September 2013.
Venue: The Bombay Store
Western India House, Sir P.M.Road,
Fort, Mumbai- 400 001
Tel: +91 22 4066 9999
Time: 10:30am to 7:30pm
(Sun- 10:30am to 6:30pm)