This brochure that was created for it shows a pair of potter’s hands on the cover, bringing the theme to the fore.
This book, Call of the Real, was made for Gallery Sanskriti to showcase traditional Indian artists from Bengal and contains a compilation of paintings and sketches.
This book was created for Gallery Sanskriti and is a collection of paintings on Ganesha by Ramananda Bandopadhyay, complied by Ambica Beri.
This was a set of 2 books made for Gallery Sanskriti, presenting the paintings and drawings as well as graphics by Lalu Prasad Shaw. The cover design features the artists signature, with embossing and UV coating.
This uniquely interesting back-to-back double book was created for Gallery Sanskriti, presenting the works of a mother-daughter duo of French artists, Maya Burman and Maite Delteil.
To celebrate 19 years of Gallery Sanskriti, several artists participated to meet, interact and unwind at an art retreat in Maihar. The works of renowned clay and ceramics artists was captured in a brochure “Art is not a thing. It is a way.”
These posters and invitation card were created for Gallery Sanskriti for Colours of India, an exhibition of some of India’s leading artists. They featured a collage of some of their works.
Gallery Sanskriti is a leading art gallery in Kolkata. The website for it involved pictures of the gallery interspersed with factual information on the art collections.
These posters and book were created for Gallery Sanskriti for Prasenjit Sengupta. The book was called Textures of Reality and includes images and writings that reflects the artists aesthetic sentiments.
This invitation card was created for Praneet Soi’s exhibition on behalf of Gallery Sanskriti. The cover showcased one of the artist’s works.