April 11, 2014

Collections by Kulture Shop – Katalyst & St. Art

Kulture Shop recently launched its new Katalyst Collection. The collection consists of a limited edition of art prints and tees inspired by four ‘katalysts’ who champion alternative thought. These are actress Kalki Koechlin, Shaa’ir + Func/Pentagram’s Randolph Correia, designer and photographer Shahid Datawala, and spacecraft designer Dr. Susmita Mohanty. The artworks were designed by Kulture Shop artists Sameer Kulavoor, Lokesh Karekar, Aviral Saxena and Kunal Anand. The launch party of the collection was attended by about 250 people from the creative community.

Santre tee and print Kyoorius

 Santre – Kalki Koechlin & Sameer Kulavoor 

Estree tee and print Kyoorius

 Eestree – Shahid Datawala & Lokesh Karekar 

Frequency tee and print Kyoorius

 Frequency – Randolph Correia & Kunal Anand

Space Station tee and print Kyoorius

Space Station Mumbai – Susmita Mohanty & Aviral Saxena

Kulture Shop has been keeping a tap on the graphic art movement in India and has collaborated with some of the best Indian artists. A recent collection by the company was inspired by the Delhi street art project. A few artists of the St. Art project created artworks that were adopted in prints and t-shirts by Kulture Shop. We have covered Delhi’s street art project St. Art extensively as a Special Report in the 19th issue of Kyoorius Magazinewhich also includes an in depth conversation with the founder of the project Hanif Kureshi. Kureishi approached Kulture Shop to adopt the works of some participating street artists as t-shirts and art prints. Here are the prints by some of the artists that, if you are lucky, you can still buy:

Mattia Lullini

Italian born, Mattia Lullini’s, eerie larger than life creatures float on city walls and swim through the streets. 

German street artist Bond reinvents his identity in as many iterations as possible, across the walls of the world. His typographical studies cover Egypt, Germany, Thailand,  Taiwan, and now India.
 St Art M City tee Kyoorius
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This Polish street artist’s architectural style creates the effect of a 3-dimensional puzzle. From murals in Budapest to streets in Warsaw, his work captivates the chance passer-by.

Lying hidden in plain sight, Indian Street Artist Daku throws provocative, graphic questions at the viewer. Tagging the streets of Delhi since 2008, his witty street art often unveils our sociopolitical challenges.

Ano’s street art reveals itself like pixelated glitches in an otherwise seamless world. Playing with his 

various graffiti techniques, he brings to the streets the video games world of the 90’s.

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