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It was a spur of the moment decision and after two years of pandemic followed by a year of living in the 'baby bubble', I needed something to shake me out of it!

Two nights of staying up labelling and coding individual prints- and all the while thinking ' why are you doing this to yourself?' It was just a tiny corner, in one of the most iconic lifestyle stores in Brixton, so why not?

The response was amazing, glad I went ahead! It's surely going to get busier come summer, and then planning for Christmas. I have so may ideas in my head, just struggling a bit to get organised with the bub on the side. So the next couple of weeks are going to be about pulling my socks up, drawing up a time table and actually sticking to it.

In other news, the Trellick Tower jigsaw is finally here! Chuffed to see this stocked at the Museum of London as well :) This is the third in the series after Abbey road Foxes and The Barbican Conservatory.

Trellick Tower jigsaw

Abbey Road foxes Art print

The Barbican Conservatory Art print

And finally, a bit of nostalgia. Fiery bougainvilleas, gulmohar, hibiscus blooms- summers in my hometown Bangalore!

Super excited to collaborate with TimeOut London to create this cover illustration for the September issue.

The feature was about the indie theatres in London, and the brief for the design was to create a 'fantasy theatre' celebrating the romance of a night out at the cinemas.

It's a bit exaggerated, over the top compared to my usual style, so an interesting challenge for me, but I'm very happy how it turned out at the end.

I loved working on the little elements over a typical art deco base, like the film reel panels, popcorn bucket, ticket shape windows, and various little touches.

Let me know what you guys think!

My first solo exhibit. Nerve-racking. Thank you all for coming for the opening night. Friends, and friends of friends. The support and encouragement meant a lot to me!

The prints looked gorgeous against the vintage Victorian tiles of The Haberdashery. Chipped and peeling, it made the perfect backdrop for the 'Gritty, not Pretty' theme, featuring some of the iconic and old Brutalist and Art Deco structures of London.

The exhibition is on till the end of July, so if you are in London, do pop in!

Eye for London Prints at The Haberdashery

Eye for London Prints at The Haberdashery

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