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Below the Surface
Below the Surface
Below the Surface
Below the Surface

Below the Surface

Mayur Vayeda, Tushar Vayeda

The depths of the ocean remain hidden and mysterious.

Rendered in the intricate Warli style from western India, this illustration was originally featured in one of our bestselling titles, The Deep.

Each print is silkscreen-printed by hand on paper recycled from cotton waste. The silkscreen process is a classic technique of printing where layers of ink are transferred onto the surface of paper through mesh screens. The process requires precision and care, each print contains as many layers as it does colours.

hand

Screenprinted & signed

limited edition art print

$ 120.00

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Weight 100.0 g
Dimensions 560 × 560 × 1 mm
EAN

7110761555886

Printing

Silkscreen-printed

Paper

200 gsm – handmade from recycled cotton waste

Edition

Limited edition of 500

Packing

Protective mailing tube

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Mayur and Tushar Vayeda

Young artists Mayur and Tushar Vayeda, originally come from the Warli village of Ganjad in Maharashtra. After a childhood surrounded by greenery, they went on to study in Mumbai, till they returned back home to pursue their art full time. Their art is inspired by their rich surroundings, the tradition of Warli art and by modern visual cultures. Their work has travelled to Japan, Paris, Switzerland, New York, Hong Kong besides most major cities of India. Click here to discover their other Tara Books.

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Warli Art

Traditionally, it is the women of the Warli community who paint the walls and floors of their home, particularly for special occasions. The walls are washed with cowdung and special mud, and the brushes are made of bamboo. The images are all in white paint, made of lime and a type of chalk. Click here to discover other Tara projects with Warli artists.