One thing we wanted to do this year was to find a way to offer framed prints for purchase on our website in addition to our existing art prints, posters and canvas prints. After many requests and suggestions, we’ve finally added framed prints to our repertoire. Perfect for empty walls and aspiring posters, get them frames to […]Read more "Framed Prints Now Available At Cupick!"
Akriti Seth brings her quirky self to the fore through her decadent artwork. Inspired by everything, as she affirms, she portrays a spectrum of styles, from hand drawn wonders to minimal goodness. Bold and vibrant, detailed and intricate, Akriti’s artwork covers a range of styles and leaves the viewer mesmerized. We had a conversation with […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Akriti Seth"
Joanna Davala’s illustrations reflect her love nature. She is quite taken with animals and has also confessed to portraying her love for food, through her quirky artwork. Joanna’s illustrations are happy and vibrant and we love that she chooses to depict little things that bring us great joy. In a recent conversation with us, Joanna […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Joanna Davala"
The ordinary and mundane is made unforgettable in Santanu Dinda’s rendition of nature. His bold representation, only serves to highlight the earthiness and intimacy of the unassuming nature that he finds so fascinating. In this interview, we learn more about the inspiration behind Santanu’s art, his admiration for folk art practices and his love for […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Santanu Nandan Dinda"
The allure of vintage is inescapable.We came across some vintage travel posters and were instantly smitten by the advertisements issued by Air India. The adorable and iconic Maharaja was the highlight of Air India advertisements way back in the day and we really wish we could see more of him! Most of these posters belong […]Read more "40 Vintage Air India Advertisement Posters We Absolutely Love"
India is home to diverse forms of art thanks to the diversity of it’s people. Of particular note are the many forms of folk and tribal art that have propelled Indian Art to it’s present recognition, yet remain relatively lesser known. This week, we take a look at a few of these indigenous art-forms. (This […]Read more "16 Noteworthy Indian Folk Art Practices"
Lotta Farber is the alias that Gitanjali Sukumar goes by. An illustrator, graphic designer and art photographer based primarily in Bangalore, Gitanjali channels her positive energy into her artwork inspired by nature and animals. Her work exhibits a playful sense of adventure, of a desire to prolong her experiences. In a conversation with us Gitanjali […]Read more "Musings: Interview with Lotta Farber"
Kokila Bhattacharya opens up a universe of cherished serenity, to leave behind a world she deems too busy to notice. With a longing to blend herself with nature, Kokila narrates her journey towards a fulfilling whole, granting her artwork its inquisitive soul. She beckons the viewer to appreciate that which has been bestowed upon them […]Read more "Musings: Interview With Kokila Bhattacharya"
Arushi Kathuria takes form as Swine Flew in her dreams. She is the master of fluorescents and brave contrasts. She personifies the interstellar with limitless colors and a vivid imagination.You can’t help but drown in its blaze. She truly is what she depicts – untamed charisma. Currently coping with the trauma of the season finale […]Read more "MUSINGS: INTERVIEW WITH SWINE FLEW A.K.A ARUSHI KATHURIA"
Sudeepti Tucker, an artist from Delhi explains how art can be beautifully preposterous. She invites you to witness the bold strokes and designs taking life in her artworks. From sailing through space to elsewhere, she doesn’t shy away from letting her mind pick a story from a parallel universe. Her creative element takes form through […]Read more "MUSINGS: INTERVIEW WITH SUDEEPTI TUCKER"