Thursday, 24 February 2011

studio sneak peak

Just posting randomly at 00:01 hours.
I have been working on these handmade tags
to be packaged with my prints.
They are printed with
wooden hand-printing blocks
originally from Rajasthan
that I keep picking up from Anokhi.
There is a peacock, a flower, a fish
and some cool Hindu deity blocks - love 'em!
Cute little handmade thank you tags
for my lovely collectors, each piece is unique :) !
The flowers have dried up beautifully,
their colour and form - brilliant.
Here is how they look by the soft candle light.
Now it is time to get back to finish
processing these orders, post office tomorrow morning.
Thank you God :) !

5 comments:

Somdatta Bhattacharya said...

Congratulations on this new addition. Absolutely love the concept. Do you visit the Anokhi Museum or the Elgin Road store? I am sure your buyers would be thrilled to have this small token of thanks, straight from the artist!

vineeta said...

Brilliant, brilliant idea. So beautiful. Sending you a big hug. Work is always good :)

Rupa said...

These are so nice Dee! I have so desperately been looking for those hand print blocks. Anokhi doesn't seem to have online store. Do you know where I can get them? I may be going to India in the summer but only to Bangalore. I would really love to get my hands on some of those long awaited hand print blocks, the deities one is even more unique/rare I think!

Karishma said...

Your blog is absolutely beautiful. First time here. :]

Dithi said...

Jija: Elgin Road Store, it's a must stop shop on Kolkata visits, I hope collectors like this yes.

Vineeta: thank you, BIGGER hug back to you, work's always good.

Rupa: see their shop locator: http://www.anokhi.com/anokhi/our-shops.html, they have stockist outside of India as well. See if you can have someone buy them in India and post for you. They have a store in Bangalore. Happy block-collecting :)

Hi and welcome Karishma, thank you!

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