Mumbai's Kulture Shop Shows Bangalore Some Love

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Kulture Shop, who turns works of graphic art into beautiful accessories, has now introduced a series by Bangalore-based artist Ranganath Krishnamani that pays tribute to the city’s pushcarts.

Art Beka, Art?

Inspired by the city’s vendors who sell their daily wares on a pushcart, artist Ranganath Krishnamani has created a stunning series of quirky art prints. There are a total of seven works of different pushcarts in the series. Each of them has a back story, having been named after the sellers themselves. Peeps at Jayanagar may recognise Nekhram’s Cart with his coloured and flavoured ice sticks, while Hanumantha’s Cart of tender coconuts might have quenched the thirst of many at Old Madras Road. We at LBB relate most to Gangamma’s Cart, since we have one just like it on our office lane. These are symbols of Bangalore’s culture that we often ignore but can’t deny, are essential to the city.  And the artist has captured it in his work wonderfully and even describes the spots you can catch these pushcarts at.

Framed For Life

These slices of life from Namma Ooru, are perfect to take you on a nostalgia trip {for old timers} and or help you discover your city {new in town?}. You get to even frame them based on your liking – black, white or pine frames {or you can choose none at all}, to suit your home. You can even get them in different sizes, from cozy little A5 size {15cm x 21cm} to a large A2 size {60cm x 77cm}.

Price: INR 600 – INR 6,400

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