~ Stuff launching and happening ~

These lovely people wrote to me over the last couple of months, sharing their work, ideas and new products. Take a look at all the goodness:Manreet Deol’s JeweleryManreet is product designer based out of Brooklyn and Delhi. She has recently started working on jewelery and here is what she says about her work: “My jewelry is often organic in appeal, inspired by travels to Borneo, Bali, NY and my interpretation of the textural vocabulary of each culture ( Rice grains, Frangipani flowers, corals, wisteria wines etc ). They are made of recycled polished brass in the sand-casting method. I love using this ancient casting process in which my clay sculptings are cast into recycled metal from a fresh new sand mold each and every time.I enjoy collaborating w/ craftspeople who would ordinarily utilize this casting technique for making household goods”Manreet is looking out for retailers in India and all over the world. Reach out to Manreet in case you would like to stock her gorgeous collection!Art by Aarohi Singh Aarohi a self taught artist paints in oil, acrylics, watercolor, pastels and works on paper, canvas, metal, cardboard, wood and fabric! Phew! To say the least, she is extremely talented! In her own words: “My art is sometimes coloured by chalk pastels, other times ink, sometimes by oils, even charcoal; but always, always finished with my view of the world” See more of her paintings and her interpretation of kitsch, at her blog – Art by Aarohi Psst: Aarohi, I am looking forward to see you exhibit in Delhi/Gurgaon sometime soon 🙂
Post-its Notes left to their fate……in public places! ‘Copywriter’ leaves little hand-written/drawn post-it notes in the city (Singapore) for people to find and take a few seconds out of their busy lives to think about the ‘things we forget’. Find more about these notes at the To Do blog.

Indian/Asian Graphic Designers – Submit your link! Johnny, the author of the blog Spoon and Tamagi is an artist and writer based out of New York and Tokyo. And he is writing a book on graphic design in Asia, with the objective of exposing the great quality work being done in Asia that might not necessarily be mainstream. So, if you are a graphic designer, or know of one, do make sure you submit your details here!iukbox – Art production agencyiukbox is an European art production agency that aims at the promotion of designers and artists. At the crossroads of design and contemporary art, iukbox invites artists and designers to invent objects that can be edited in limited series. The agency proposes a follow up from conception to execution and takes care of the distribution. You can also invite iukbox to your home or office. They can arrange an exclusive presentation of their collection in the comfort of your surroundings… your very own private opening!Spunky Sprouts!Spunky Sprouts is a one-stop shopping for modern, unique and colorful products for kids with fabulous style—and their parents! Spunkysprout.com is also the best place on earth to find exceptional, must-have lifestyle gifts from Europe and America for the sophisticated family
BEHR – The one stop paint shopBehr.com has been relaunched and has many features as part of its new avtaar. You can view inspiration galleries, use the virtual color center to replicate the retail experience, create your workbooks and explore many more exciting DIY options. Click now to give your room a virtual makeover!


  1. Hiii. i just love ur blog.. will be back to read more.. i checked out art by Aarohi..love the water colors… really nice

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  2. Hi,
    Thank you for talking about my work on your site. I am so glad that you have enjoyed the work. I will definitely keep in touch to let you know of my next exhibition.
    Sorry, for responding so late to this post… I did not know…i chanced upon it today…!!

    Thank you again.

  3. Manreet Deol

    hi Bhavana,
    Thanks for the feature…. its GREAT!!
    My pieces are now on sale at Bombay Electric http://www.bombayelectric.in


  4. Pea

    Thanks for the links Bhavana!Art by Aarohi Singh is so cool. Painting on the Kadhai is so unusual.

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