Kulture Shop, an artist collective that sells lifestyle products has been catching our attention every month since their launch in February, 2014.
Monkey Business art print. Cost: Rs 1,500 onwards
As a part of the enterprise, different artists create their version of a new theme given to each one every month. One such theme that rings true to every urban dweller is Urban Jungle.
Found Leopard notebook. Cost: Rs 300
Some of the artworks in this category include the man-leopard conflict in the city, cows surviving on garbage in cities despite being worshiped, and one of our favourites, monkey vs monkey.
Holy Cow art print. Cost Rs 1,500 onwards
“I use a lot of monkeys in my work. For this theme, I decided to work on this unique yet appalling story where people hire langurs to scare off smaller monkeys in societies and temples in North India.
And, this is government approved!” says Jas Charanjiva, street art artist, and co-founder of Kulture Shop. The brand had also associated with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) for this theme.
At: Hill View 2, 241 Hill Road, opposite Mehboob Studio, Bandra (W).
Log on to: www.kulture shop.in
Chor Bazaar on you bag
Gramophone tote bag. Cost: Rs 995
The Bombay Store’s latest line is an ode to Mumbai’s fascinating Chor Bazaar.
Radio laptop bag. Cost: Rs 1,995
On offer are laptop bags, jhola bags, coin pouches, sling bags and more, printed with images of gramophones, typewriters and transistors found at the iconic bazaar.
Typewriter sling bag, Cost: Rs 1,095
At: The Bombay Store outlets in the city.
Log on to: www.thebombay store.com
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