Geometric patterns are a trend right now. I have been doing them for years 🙂 Thank you Malvika Singhal and Anupama Bijur for the inclusion of my work in your article Gorgeous Geometry in the July 2013 issue of Society Interiors.
The world really is a small place. I get a call from a very polite lady asking me for an interview. Jasminder and I talked for quite a while and connected over similar things, Air Force background, love of dogs, design and of course my coffee tables. That done the interview was over. A few […]
I think the team at ‘Good Homes‘ like their birthday gift from last year. They are still playing with it – one year after the event!! Now if I could just figure out the secret to the continued interest. Would save me a fortune on birthday gifts for my two kids!! Given that they too […]
What a fabulous start to the year it’s been! My home and work made it to the 75+ Homes Special Edition Issue of Prismma Magazine for 2013 🙂 A very big thank you to Rekha Nambiar, Anjali and Aparna for the delightful spread on my work. I am indeed grateful for the chance to be […]
‘Kitsched’ – Yet again!! …but this time it’s my point of view. Thank you Manjul Mishra for the write up in the March 10th issue of ‘The Sunday Standard‘. (You can click the image to open a PDF document) This was my two bit in response to – What do u think of kitsch as […]
‘Kitsch’ – Again!! This paper used an image of my kettle without permission and credit. And another used the same image and credited it to someone else!! (And that when I had sent the other paper enough pictures to begin with. That story is in the next post.) As to the tag – ‘Kitsch’? I […]
‘Good Homes‘ lent their support in publicizing my love for the dogs 🙂 ahead of the Kala Ghoda festival. Thank you!
I do believe I am ‘Good Homes’ magazine’s favorite child. And it’s good to start the new year with them firmly in my corner. But sometimes stuff happens.. and it did. My Theyyam painting was erroneously credited to another brand/artist – in their Janurary 2013 issue. But they were very generous and prompt in accepting the oversight. Ronita […]