Ten-Second Takeaway

Gateway of India, the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, the Asiatic Library and more of Mumbai’s icons have been showcased in this postcard series.

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Made by a young graphic designer named Reishabh Kailey, Drop It Like It’s Lukewarm has art and illustrations which celebrate the ordinary and every day. Instead of exaggerating, he uses brushstrokes, minimal lines, and digitally manipulates his art to create clean and interesting prints.

We are loving Bombay Bits, postcards which showcase Mumbai and the elements which represent it in a quieter, more minimal, non-kitschy way. You will find icons like the Gateway, Sealink, Asiatic Library, the dabba lunchboxes, designed in both sober and crazy patterns, which capture the essence of the randomness o the city.

Another collection we have our eyes on for our kitchen wall has these recipes {and cooking tips and tricks} taken from a recipe book by an old Parsi club of women, and converted into art.

So We’re Saying…

If you are tired of over-exaggerated, colourful autos which everyone thinks seems to represent this city, check this out. We have already hung up our favourite Bombay bits postcard on our wall, and are writing notes to near yet far ones on them. You should get yours soon too.

#LBBTip: This isn’t an online shop, you will have to contact Rishabh for your order {and there is no such thing as a minimum order here}, and you will get it in a week. He is also open to customisation in sizes, just talk to him about print you’d like.

Where: Delivery {shipping charges will apply} or you can pick it up from his residence at Khar

Price: INR 80 for one postcard, INR 400 for a set of eight, INR 100 for a 5×5 print, INR 500 for a 12×12 print, INR 1,500 for an A2 sized print, INR 5,000 for a set of four prints

Featured photo source: Drop it like it’s lukewarm