A subtle way to introduce tribal art into your home décor, this unique “Fish in a pond” cushion cover in the pantone colour of the year - Living Coral, is part of our Santosh Maravi collection. Santosh is an emerging Gond artist. We did a fascinating interview with him, which you can read here. Santosh creates imagery with incredibly powerful stories behind them.
We fell in love with not just his work, but also the thoughts behind them, which are so relevant in today’s world. If you are an art enthusiast who is looking to start an art collection, this piece and the painting are for you.
Inspired from the pond in this village, “Fish in a pond” is a take on a narrow worldview from the perspective of a fish who can never leave the pond and not know what lies beyond it. To ensure that we do look beyond our horizons, we have printed this thought at the back of the cover as well.
Size: 45 x 45 cm OR 18 x 18 inches
Fabric: Soft Velvet
Washing Instructions: Machine washable at 30 deg C, lay flat to dry
Type: Cushion Cover
No cushion included
You can also buy the painting behind this motif here
Minimalist design is one of the most significant design movements of the 20th and early 21st century. It is so popular now that people have embraced it subconsciously without realizing that their aesthetic maybe a nod towards this design movement. We decided to explore the beginnings of this very popular aesthetic and at the same time give you some key pointers so that you can see for yourself if you recognize this influence in your home.