DAY TO DAY PLATES (SET OF 2)
Day to Day by Soumyaraj Vishwakarma and Reshidev RK
It consists of: He carries life on wheels (10 inch) Where the streets have no name (10 inch)
Makes for the perfect gift for art lovers!
He carries life on wheel by Soumyaraj Vishwakarma The bicycle heaves under the load it carries. Its rider sighs, and reaches up to wipe a train of sweat of his forehead before it makes its way down his neck and into his shirt. None of the names they have for him do him justice. He carries more than just plants. He nurtures more than just flowers. He sells more than just seeds.
He carries living, breathing miracles in flowerpots. He nurtures God’s personal garden, where he personally adds touches of scarlet, and shades of yellow that could never be created in a sterile lab. He gives you the power to create life in the palm of your hand. Here he comes, the carrier of life on wheels.
Where the streets have no name by Reshidev RK The long summer vacation in his home in India was Abhi’s favourite part of the year. His favourite spot in the house was the balcony of his bedroom. It gave a good view of the street below.
Like a typical Indian street, it used to be buzzing with people. All kinds of people. In a corner, Babu would station his cart and press clothes using a coal iron. Every morning there would be men in their ganjies queuing up to get their shirts ironed before rushing off to work. Every few minutes, he would sprinkle some water on a shirt and the sizzle would be visible even from Abhi’s balcony on the 10th floor.
On the corner opposite to him would be Kalu Ram, an ice gola seller. Just the sight of bottles filled with bright-coloured liquids on his cart would soothe the eyes. Abhi would visit him at least once during his stay in India and enjoy the colourful gola like he used to as a schoolboy.
The most unusual sight would be the barber who would set up shop under a mango tree. He’d have people getting a shave, trims and hair cuts, all done under the tree. But today the street was eerily silent. Not a soul to be seen anywhere.
Abhi sighed under his face-mask and hoped that the street would soon return to the buzzing chaos it always was.
- Material: Ceramic plate with a digital print
- Weight: 800 grams
- Pack Content: Two plates, Two display stand, Two pre-fitted wall hook and a card with a story about the two plate
- Diameter: 10 inches
- The plates is only meant for decorative purposes, not for serving food.
- Do not wash the plates. To clean, use only a wet wipe or a clean, soft cloth.
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Mumbai based Chitresh Sinha founded The Plated Project as a way to initiate change and help end hunger in India. It works on the concept 'buy a plate, fill a plate'. Every month, the project collaborates with an NGO and talented artists to create one-of-a-kind plates printed with unique, beautiful art. The profits from plate sales are donated to charity. Digitally printed on ceramic wall plates, each plate traces a wide variety of stories and memories.