OH DIARY: POPPING CHATRIS
While travelling to Rajasthan, we visited Ramgarh, a small town in the interiors of the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. At its peak, Ramgarh was one of the richest towns of India and thus birthed the best of architecture and culture.
The artwork is a quirky pop-art take on the chatris of Ramgarh. Chatris were essentially rest houses made for the travellers, completely funded by the Seths or the wealthy of Ramgarh.
This is a mix-media graphic, majorly hand illustrated and partly digitally created.
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size: (l) x (h) // 14cm x 19cm
style: hardbound diary with page divider
paper: 150 archival pages // ruled and unruled
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