Water Flows – Pack of Riso Prints

In rivers, the water that you touch is the last of what has passed and the first of that which comes; so with present time.

– Leonardo Da Vinci

The flow of water is one of the hardest things to render, and through the course of history artists have come up with their own ways of capturing its shifting qualities. Each of the six art prints in this exquisite collection depicts the particular and universal characteristics of water in motion. Fluidly moving across a range of graphic styles, water drifts, gushes, trickles, and ripples across the surface of paper.

This set of prints is as versatile as the element they depict. Create a display wall with the complete set, or mix, match and combine them in different ways to tell your own story. Or let them speak for themselves, and put them up individually in any room.

These prints are made using environmentally friendly soy-based inks on a risograph machine. Tara Books is among the first to experiment with riso-printing on a commercial scale in India. The medium allows for transparencies and overlays that add layers and depth, making it especially suited for rendering these prints.

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Weight 250.0 g
Dimensions 300 × 300 × 3 mm





200 gsm silkscreen-printed handmade envelope, 210 gsm textured board

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Subhash Amaliyar

Subhash Amaliyar

Artist Subhash Amaliyar belongs to the Bhil tribe of central India. The Bhil tribal artists paint in their typically colourful, vibrant and joyous style. While the community works hard farming, fishing and gathering firewood, it also loves to have a great time. Subhash paints in his traditional style, and lives and works in Bhopal, Central India. Click here to discover his other Tara Books.


Joëlle Jolivet

Joëlle Jolivet is one of the best known illustrators in France. Born in 1965, she studied Graphic Art and Advertising at School of Applied Arts in Paris. Joelle was always interested in engraving and printing, so she spent a year in the lithography workshop at the Beaux Arts. This led her to the discipline of lino-cutting, which has remained her main mode of expression ever since.

Joydeb Chitrakar

Joydeb Chitrakar

Joydeb Chitrakar is a Patua scroll painting artist from West Bengal, India. With his extraordinary imagination, bold illustrations and dramatic choice of colours, Joydeb infuses an old-fashioned empathy into the worlds he creates for both traditional and contemporary tales that are at once universal and timeless. He lives in Nirbhaypur Village, West Bengal. Click here to discover his other Tara Books.


Tushar and Mayur Vayeda

Young artists Tushar and Mayur 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 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.

Christiane Pieper

Christiane Pieper

Christiane Pieper is a well-known German illustrator who has worked for some of Germany’s most prestigious publishing houses, and has illustrated over 25 books. She is particularly interested in capturing moods and movement in her pictures and revealing humour in the situations that she depicts. Click here to discover her other Tara Books.

Rambharos Jha

Rambharos Jha

Artist Rambharos Jha grew up on the banks of river Ganga, and developed a fascination for water and water life. Born in the culture-rich district of Darbanga in the Mithila region, he moved to Madhubani as a child when his father started work in a government-supported art and culture project. Since then he has followed his own creative impulses, developing the tradition in his own style. Click here to discover his other Tara Books.