Ten-Second Takeaway

Mumbai-based Kulture Shop curates emerging and established graphic artists. Each selected artwork is printed on Kulture Shop products {prints, stationery, mugs, T-shirts, etc} and put up in the store.

Calling All Graphic Artists

Kulture Shop is dedicated to Indian graphic designers and their sketchbooks full of doodles. Arjun Charanjiva, Jas Charanjiva and Kunal Anand are aiming to create a sustainable, creative eco-system for graphic artists; a place where they can display their works, have them appreciated, and ultimately monetised. How it works is simple: Each month KS rolls out products {having provided a theme}, picks these art works, and then prints them on their products. Goes without saying, but we’ll say it anyway, each artist is compensated per piece sold.

Little Black Book 750 x 400 Kulture Shop showroom-2

Where Art They?

You can follow their online store, as well as check out their offline store at Bandra West. Products include tees, art prints, stationery, mugs, cushions, coasters, phone cases/skins and laptop skins, with more products coming soon.

They offer prints in four standard international paper sizes – A5, A4, A3 and A2, along with a framing option. You can also have your pick delivered as is, sans frame, and it’ll come to you in a strong {we’ve tried and tested it}, eco-friendly and re-usable carrying case.

Drawing From The Best

Curating the best of global but Indian artists, they have over 50 featured artists, besides collaborative works. We love their Nightmare art print by Jasjyot Singh Hans, Bombaywale art print series by Shruthi Venkatraman, and the Dope tee by Sajid Wajid Shaikh. Don’t forget to check out their store for discounts on holidays and flash sales. And we love that they deliver free of cost across India.

Price: Ranges from INR 300 to INR 8,000

Check out their Facebook page here.

{With inputs from Rashi Wadhera}

Photos courtesy: Kulture Shop