An artist’s range of handcrafted wooden figurines aims to restore human connections in a digital world
In 2017, Reshu Agarwal came up with Nunmun, the word reminiscent of the first words of a child. She makes handcrafted wooden pieces which include gift cards and figurines that can be used as key chains, car hangings, magnets, plant sticks, frames and other home decor items. Each piece is handcrafted, that’s why no two items are completely alike. Her Nunmun figurine collection includes theme-specific categories such as world leaders, professions, Harry Potter and superheroes.
She also has occasion-specific ones for gifting for birthdays, anniversaries, engagements and as tokens of good luck. DIY kits can be delivered, and she also holds workshops where you can participate by painting the wooden figurines she sends across. Orders can also be customised. They additionally have an accessories collection that has earrings, pendants, brooches and more. Nunmun products are priced at Rs 499 onwards.