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The Serious Art of Caricatures with Prasad Bhat

The Serious Art of Caricatures with Prasad Bhat

Interview with Prasad Bhat

The serious art of Caricatures : Prasad Bhat on Caricatures, Graphicurry, Comedy and more.

Prasad Bhat, Founder of Graphicurry

16th May, 2019

Prasad Bhat is the mastermind behind Graphicurry, a caricature specialist and an illustrator based in Bangalore. His quirky caricatures have brought him global appreciation. Like every other Indian kid, Prasad Bhat studied Engineering and struggled to get a job after his graduation. On realizing that engineering was not his cup of tea, he started his own design studio turned art store, Graphicurry.

Prasad never fails to bring a smile on your face, whether through his caricatures or comedy. His skills have attracted some of the coolest clients such as Amazon Prime, Disney and MARVEL. His artwork is original, authentic and witty.

Here are excerpts from when we caught up with Prasad Bhat for a quick interview and a dozen laughs.

What’s the story behind Graphicurry?

“Art and food are two of my most favourite things, hence the name ‘Graphicurry’! Luckily, the URL name was easily available”.

“Graphicurry started off in 2013 as a logo and designing company for corporates, and eventually evolved into a personalized caricature store. Today, we have over a hundred varieties of caricatures and merchandise of famous TV shows, movies, and artists”.

What made you take up an off-beat career and start Graphicurry, having studied engineering?

“I graduated with a score of 75% in engineering. I was over qualified for Call centres and under qualified for IT Companies. While I was desperately looking for a job, my girlfriend suggested that I pursue art seriously. I began to learn various digital tools. 6 years have passed, and here we are. Graphicurry has over a hundred personalized caricatures and merchandise”.

One of your prominent works includes Vector art. What made you pursue it?

“There are so many artists out there who have access to the same tools as I do. I’ve always wanted to have a unique style when it comes to art in order to stand out from the rest. That’s the main reason I started drawing vectors. Plus, I really enjoy drawing them”.

“I sometimes feel like a low-key plastic surgeon”.

How do you manage to get the right balance between realism and exaggeration in your artwork?

“I prefer keeping my art minimal over intricate detailing. Honestly speaking, people don’t like their features to be exaggerated. Everybody wants to look better. So, I only focus on making my clients look cuter”. *chuckles*

As you make customized caricatures, you might have come across various customization requests. What’s the most common request that you get?

“Make my wife look beautiful”. I’ve heard this so many times. I sometimes feel like a low-key plastic surgeon. I wish people could accept themselves and others as they are. I’m a brutally honest person; I would trip at requests like this. Thankfully, my wife, Deepthi takes care of all the client communications and makes my life easier”.

Caricature of  F.R.I.E.N.D.S illustrated by Prasad Bhat.

“That’s when I realized that I had travelled so far to get to the point where my favourite thing had to be recreated by me”.

Any current projects you can talk about? What was your biggest project until now?

I had my ‘Pursuit of Happiness’ moment when Disney asked to draw Mickey in my style to celebrate Mickey’s 90th Birthday! That’s when I realized that I had travelled so far to get to the point where my favourite thing had to be recreated by me”.

“Currently, I’m excited to be working on a few projects for Hotstar, which is upping its presence on the online media industry”.

Being an artist, what’s your biggest pet peeve?

“Most of the orders I get are for gifting purposes. Few clients provide hazy images for reference. This is my biggest pet peeve”.

How do you think the digital age has helped artists?

“I’m truly blessed to have digital aid. I have a competitive advantage over others as I was among of the first few artists to start digital caricatures in India. Most of the caricature artists who did not adapt to the technological changes, are still struggling. Technology has introduced us to unlimited possibilities. It’s up to us to make the best use of it”.

 

“All artists have a shelf life. I’m ready to face life as it comes”.

Could you tell us about your “Evolution” series?

“The evolution series focused on famous celebrities such as Leo, Matt Damon, Tom Hanks, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Robin Williams and others. It was a tribute to all the amazing roles they’ve played so far. I also worked on a project where Ranbir Kapoor evolves into Sanjay Dutt. The idea is to keep the face unaltered and change other details such as the outfit, attire and expressions”.

What inspired you to start stand up comedy? Where can we see Prasad Bhat in the years to come, as a comedian?

“Even I’m not sure why I started doing comedy. I think I like to suffer and be broke. Jokes apart, I love making people smile and I wanted to do that professionally. Recently, I performed in Mumbai for a huge crowd, the video of which will be releasing soon. Other than that, I attend 2-3 open mics every week. It is tiring to run an art store and pursue comedy. But, I’m getting there”.

Prasad Bhat in one of his Stand-up comedy sets.

You have made some amazing caricatures of various Sitcoms. Which is your favourite sitcom of all time?

“Seinfeld is my all time favourite. It’s think that it’s the best show ever and everyone should watch it! Each character has its own charm that makes the show so special”.

Have you ever hit the rock-bottom? Tell us about it.
“I had hit the rock-bottom after my graduation which made me start Graphicurry. Since I’ve already been there, I don’t fear it anymore. All artists have a shelf life. So, I’m ready to face life as it comes. On the other hand, even if I get a lot of money and fame, I won’t let it get into my head. I like to keep myself grounded”.

“If you wake up with a burning desire in you to achieve something, you must follow it”.

Do you plan on taking up workshops?

“No, that’s my last resort. I’m not a big fan of teaching because I’m very impatient. If everybody stops buying from me, then I’ll give it a thought”.

Being a popular artist, demands you to have a constant social media presence. How do you cope up with this?

“I have to constantly post engaging content for my audience. I can’t post whatever I like, it has to be trending. Right now, there’s Game of Thrones fever everywhere. So, few of my posts are based on that”.

They say that art can reduce stress and promote relaxation. Do you agree with this?

“To a certain extent, art is therapeutic. It might seem fun drawing all day. But trust me, it isn’t. It is a lot of work and requires patience”.

Lastly, do you have any tips or advice for the budding digital artists?

“Don’t Do it”. *laughs*
“I’m just kidding. I usually don’t advise others much. It’s easy for me to ask others to pursue art. But, there are other factors one must consider like financial security and emotional support. To be an artist in India, it takes something more than just talent or hard work. It takes a thick skin. Hard-work is overrated. Unless you have a huge inheritance, or become an overnight sensation, it’s really hard to get financial returns”.

“Nonetheless, if you wake up with a burning desire to achieve something, you must follow it. I also believe that if your parents support you, you’d get too comfortable and become lazy. The magic happens only when you step out of your comfort zone. So, I think all the parents should kick their kids out of the house after they grow up “.

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Prasun Balasubramaniam – Journey to the centre of Mandalas

Prasun Balasubramaniam – Journey to the centre of Mandalas

Interview with Prasun Balasubramaniam

Journey to the centre of Mandalas with Prasun FineArts

Prasun Balasubramaniam, Mandala Artist

14th May, 2019

Prasun Balasubramaniam is a self-taught Mandala artist and illustrator who hails from Salem, Tamil Nadu. She is known to create intricate, vibrant, and vivid artworks, and believes that Mandalas require intense focus and attention to the present moment, which induces mindfulness. Here, you can read some of the wisdom Prasun shared with us and get a glimpse of her beautiful mandalas that can satisfy the OCD in all of us.

Tell us a little about your childhood? How were you introduced to art?

Growing up in Mumbai, I actively took part in many art competitions and creative activities which kept me occupied. I was introduced to the basics of art in a summer camp. Although my parents never encouraged me much to pursue art thinking it would be a waste of time, I was persistent enough and never stopped drawing.

Prasun with one of the Mandalas she drew on her Studio Wall. 

How did you develop an interest in Mandalas? How has your journey of choosing art as a career been?

After my 10th grade, my family shifted to Salem and having stayed in a happening city like Mumbai, I used to get really bored. Hence, in my free time, I doodled and made Mandalas.

Even during my engineering days, I used to doodle on my notebooks to survive the boring lectures. Thankfully, my teachers thought that I was taking notes.

I was unaware that the doodles I made were called ‘Mandalas’ until I came across an article that spoke about the different types of mandalas and the healing powers they possessed, after which I started extensively researching and learned a lot.

After completing my Bachelors in Engineering and M.tech, I worked at a research company for a while which I eventually quit to pursue art full-time.

Soon I started posting on Instagram, and the love and appreciation I got from my followers gave me confidence to draw more and more.

““Mandalas are a religion by themselves”.”

We can trace back the history of mandalas to ancient Buddhism and Hinduism. Do you connect with mandalas on a spiritual level?

Personally, I feel mandalas are meditative than spiritual. I can say that mandalas are a religion by themselves. While working on mandalas, you mostly use the subconscious mind, giving rest to the conscious mind. Creating a mandala calms me down and helps me get closure. I have curated a mandala colouring book for the same purpose.

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Some logs are made by the participants attending her workshops

The mandalas that you’ve created seem so flawless. How did you master the symmetry?

Trust me, there are a lot of flaws. There are times when I make a lot of errors and then are times when it comes out really well. The key is to keep trying until you become perfect.

What led to the inception of Prasun fine-arts?

Boredom. I was jobless and at home for a almost 6 months, and the peer pressure of getting a job got the best of me. I decided to start Prasun Fine arts in the summer of 2015, and since then I have never looked back.

What can one expect from your Mandala art workshops?

The participants of my workshop will go through the process of creating a Mandala design from scratch where in they are provided with worksheets which gives them the freedom to choose a pattern which they’d want to draw. 

Although you cannot achieve perfection in the first attempt, the attendees go back home happy and satisfied with their designs. 

Mandala art is immersive and gives the participants an experience they cannot forget. 

 

Do you agree that mandalas should include some element of free-flowing form rather than having the perfect mathematical symmetry?

No, Mandalas are supposed to be circular in nature. Any form of energy starts from a point and spreads into a circle. There are excellent examples of this in our universe, like the solar system, the Chakras or even a flower.

 Mandala art therapy is a form of psychotherapy which is supposed to help in finding a sense of healthy mental balance. What are your thoughts on the same?

Mandalas help in promoting a healthy mental balance by reducing stress, increasing attention span and dealing with depression. It can benefit all the age groups. Interestingly, people aged above 80 years also visit my workshop.

How has technology helped mandala art form to evolve?

Call me old school, but I prefer traditional art over digital art any day. I love the vibration between the pencil and the paper. Nonetheless, I use the iPad for designing tattoos as the customers come back with requests for modification. Technology is definitely a boon for artists like me, but one should start off with traditional mediums.

What inspired you to start urban sketching?

I’ve always loved trying out new things and appreciated the beauty in my surroundings. Drawing Mandalas was getting redundant and I wanted to try something different, that’s when I started drawing Urban landscapes. 

I am not very good at it, but I hope to be there soon.

If you were to meet your former self, what advice would you give?

I would ask my former self not to worry much about studies and start practising art earlier.

What advice would you give to the budding artists?

Keep practising and never give up. Explore what you like until you’re 35 (or even until later if you have the energy). Attend workshops and take up classes. Discover your passion and pursue it.

Studying may give knowledge, but practising art builds your overall personality, and that’s what matters at the end of the day.

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How I got an ROI of 322% for my startup - Stoned Santa by spending a night with 400 Uber drivers

How I got an ROI of 322% for my startup - Stoned Santa by spending a night with 400 Uber drivers

How I got an ROI of 322% for my startup – Stoned Santa by spending a night with 400 Uber drivers

There are days that teach you things and then there are days that change your life.

On the night of 5th August 2018, I set out to execute one of the biggest marketing campaigns of my life which has not only helped my startup grow in revenues and customers but also gave me life lessons that shall stay with me forever.

My intern, Sanjay, and I spent 40 hours at the Bangalore airport interacting with over 600 cab drivers and successfully convinced 400 of them to advertise my startup – Stoned Santa in their cabs.

I am sharing my journey of this campaign right from idea to execution and the results we were able to achieve in 3 months of the campaign going live.

1% Inspiration – The inception of the Idea

Startups aren’t easy and this life comes with its share of highs and lows, I was at one of my lowest points – broken and burnt out, almost on the verge of quitting and going back home forever!

On my way back home from the office, I got talking to a cab driver and a couple of minutes into the conversation, he told me about his experiences as a door to door salesman selling Encyclopedias and I told him about Stoned Santa.

We then got talking about traditional marketing methodologies, the art of selling door to door and that’s when he suggested me to try something different for Stoned Santa since it’s a creative business and marketing ourselves just digitally won’t be enough.

In the spur of the moment, I pitched an idea to him in impulse, -“Will you put up an advertisement for my company in your cab?” He says, Yes. I note down his contact details and thank him for the much-needed inspiration.

He drops off an energized and motivated version of me who is all charged up and excited for this new marketing campaign.

99% Perspiration - Planning and execution

My gut gave me good vibes about this idea and I started interacting and surveying every cab driver I met in my daily commute. Over a month I collected the following stats from nearly 100 rides.

I was confident that people would notice our advertisement in the cab because –

1. The brochure would be placed right in front of the eye.
2. Bangalore traffic can be brutal, and a bored curious human mind might be interested in checking      out the AD.
3. Our name - Stoned Santa, since a lot of people have found our name unique and attractive.


Planning – Number crunching


I made a few assumptions from my past conversations with the drivers.

  1. Out of the 12 in the back seat, I assumed 10 of them would notice the advertisement. (Impressions)
  2. I assumed, 5% of them would visit the website. That is 1.5 people per cab per month. (Website Visits)
  3. From my experience in marketing, I predicted 10% of our website visitors would sign up for gifts on my website. (Leads)

Designing the Brochure

A good design doesn’t just look good. It serves a purpose. And our purpose was to pique the curiosity of the people in the cabs.

Here’s what we came up with after almost 10 iterations.

We were now ready with the strategy, the design, cans of Redbull and our 800 printed brochures. The big question! Where do we find so many cabs? The Bangalore airport! We booked a cab and set out to our great expedition at 9 pm on the 5th of August.

The first cab

Within minutes of getting into the cab, began our first pitch in a mix of broken English, Hindi, Kannada and sign language.

“Anna… Hi! I’m Shashank! My startup helps people find the right gift for their friends and family and we help spread joy and I’ve been doing this since college.
We work with artists who are still in school and college by providing them with a platform to earn and get recognized for their work.”

A few minutes into the ride he noticed that we had lots of brochures with us and asked what we planned to do with them.

I told him our plan of putting them in 400 cabs in the airport! His expression changed and his face lit up with a huge smile!

He laughed out loud and said, “Cab drivers ka full support milega aapko, aap bahut acha kaam kar rahe ho”. (You’ll get full support from the cab drivers)

Sanjay and I were beaming now as well! We were live in our first cab! 399 more to go!

When we reached the airport, we got down and he handed me a friendship band and wished me a Happy Friendship Day. I didn’t even realize it was Friendship’s day. What a beautiful way to start the night!

 

1 down 399 more to go!

It was 11:45 pm when we arrived at the airport. To our disappointment, we found empty parking lots with a couple of sleepy drivers.

In the first 3 hours, we managed to convince only 20 cabbies, at this rate it’d take us 60 hours to get into 400 cabs! We did not have enough Redbull for that!

We were sleepy and wanted to go back home. Pessimism shadowed our minds, but was giving up an option? We called for a break and parked ourselves in the parking canteen to rest.

1 down 399 more to go!

Around 4 am, we were awakened by the sound of car engines which were music to our ears. We jumped in joy and witnessed scores of cabs assembling in perfect order.

The parking lot was now full of cabbies moving around drinking tea, smoking cigarettes and washing their cars.

It was time to rise and shine.

We walked up to the cab drivers with our bags full of brochures and struck conversations with them individually.

Our conversations and the bright shiny brochures grabbed the attention of other cab drivers around us and in no time we were surrounded by curious men eagerly listening us tell our story and what we planned on doing with the brochures. 

Soon it wasn’t a 1–1 pitch anymore, we found ourselves talking to a group of 4–5 people which catalysed the process.

My gut gave me good vibes about this idea and I started interacting and surveying every cab driver I met in my daily commute. Over a month I collected the following stats from nearly 100 rides.

What did we offer the cab drivers? 

After we offered them digitally made portraits of their near and dear ones, quite a few of them said they don’t need anything in return and they’ll happily keep it in their cabs. 

Pleasantly surprised and curious, we asked them the reason behind this sweet gesture. To which they replied, “Aap itne young age me itna mehnat kar rahe ho”(You’re working so hard at such a young age).

I guess Hardwork was the language that connected us with the cab drivers and they wanted to play a role in our story too. 

After almost 40 hours of our adventure at the airport, we were live in 400 cabs! This feeling of achievement and accomplishment was greater than anything previously experienced.

Post campaign adventure

 

 

 

 On our way back, we called our parents and said “Mission accomplished”. But something didn’t feel right, I wasn’t so sure about things working out. I wanted to be sure that this campaign worked.

I had been experimenting with Quora for a while and decided to write an answer about my day and within 48 hours of writing the answer, it had over 40,000 views, 4000 upvotes and was responsible for sending almost 1300 visitors to our website.

We broke even with our investment in the first 72 hours of the campaign going LIVE! I was on cloud 9. My Quora and Facebook feed was flooded with notifications of people congratulating us for the campaign.

DID IT PAY OFF? THE Numbers — Our Revenue, Customers, Artists

Let’s start with the breakdown of the costs incurred during this campaign. The numbers have been rounded off for easier understanding.

The following table includes some important stats from the cab campaign and the Quora answer combined, (since the Quora answer was a part of this).

Concluding notes and our learnings from the campaign


More than anything, this campaign has taught me a lot about life. I was humbled by the humility of the cab drivers to see how eager people are to help each other. 

This campaign and its success is dedicated to everyone involved in this. The cab drivers who welcomed us with open arms, the artists who worked extra hours to deliver art on time and Sanjay Nalamaru who spent his precious time working shoulder to shoulder with me on this campaign.

Yes, just 2 people pulled this entire campaign off in 40 brilliant hours. The best 40 hours of my life. This has taught me to dream big and do everything it takes to get there and make a milestone out of it.

I hope you found the campaign details and our story insightful. If you have questions, I’d be happy to answer them in the comments. 

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We are doing a major giveaway for Christmas and New Year where you could win some amazing handmade art crafted by our team of highly skilled artists. If you’re interested, Please follow this link.


 

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11 String Art gift ideas for Music lovers

11 String Art gift ideas for Music lovers

11 String Art gift ideas for Music lovers

“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” 

~ Bob Marley

String Art, simply put, involves the use of string, thread, wool as an art medium. The brilliance of the art shines through when a delicate balance is achieved between the simplicity of the design and the intricate elaborateness of the thread configurations that form the body of the art. Another delightful characteristic of the art is the smooth flowing texture that is achieved by the spools of thread against the rugged rustic feel of the wood on which it takes form.

“All things shall perish from under the sky, MUSIC alone shall live! MUSIC alone shall live! MUSIC alone shall live! Never to die”

1. Won’t you love it when someone sings for you? 

The earth has the music for those who listen, they say. Infact there’s a music inside everyone which they need to explore. Ask your loved ones to sing for you by gifting them this handmade music oriented string art. It makes-up an art inside another art. That is, music inside the string art !

True beauty of music is that it connects people

2. COLDPLAY

This colourful string art has been made with immense respect to Coldplay, one of the most popular bands in modern history. The string art can go straight up on your wall and will brighten up your living space instantly.It is made with great care and attention to detail that captures the authenticity of the Coldplay band.

This is a handmade Coldplay string art crafted by Sonal Malhotra. The artwork can be mounted/hung on a wall and brightens up your living space instantly. It is sure to delight a Coldplay fan. After all, music is what makes everyone dance to their rythm.

3. Music is in the air..!

Die hard fan of Bob Marley? Then this could be the best thing on earth which you could gift yourself. Get your favorite star’s string art done only at Stoned Santa.

My music fights against the system that teaches to live and die.
-Bob Marley

4. Where THE BEATLES rock! 

Looking for a Special Handmade Gift for a Music Lover? Look no further!
This colorful string art has been made with immense respect to The Beatles
, one of the world’s most adored band.
It is made with great care and attention to detail that captures the authenticity of The Beatles band.

5. The Pink Floyd

Long you live and high you fly, smiles you’ll give and tears you’ll cry, and all you touch and all you see
Is all your life will ever be. How adorable isn’t it? Decorate your workspace with Pink Floyd string art. This would definitely give a spark to your room.

Where words fail, music speaks.

6. Let the music take you to places you dream of..

Who doesn’t love music? It’s a magic that sets our souls free. It’s a source for motivation. This beautiful handmade string art would get you close to your dreams and give a soothing sensation. Decorate your work space with less ordinary stuff and keep up your energy by looking at this art. This string art could be hung on walls or kept on window sill to make you love your job more and fill enthusiasm in life.

“Dear music, thanks for always clearing my head, healing my heart and lifting my spirit”
– Lori Deschene

7. Let the music play!

In the rhythm of life, we sometimes find ourselves out of tune, but as long as we’ve got friends who play musical instruments, the music plays on. Looking forward to gift something that’s handmade for your music loving friend? Think no further ! Music is an art, so your artist friend would definitely love an art prepared by another artist. Surprise your loved ones with something beautiful this time. Presenting before you, a handmade string art that would fill colors to your walls and lives.

8. Be the music you wanna hear

Being ourselves makes us beautiful. Gift something yourself to love yourself more. Here’s a handmade personalized string art that would bring laurels to your life. Thinking of gifting something awesome your loved ones? Pick this one up! After all everyone loves something that’s handmade. 

Music could probably change the world and get peace, it’s because it changes people.

9. Musical instrument string art

It’s easy to play any musical instrument: all you have to do is touch the right key at the right time and the instrument will play itself ! How about gifting another musical instrument in the form of a handmade string art to your guitar lover friend? This string art would let your beloved get connected to music even more. You could even get the personalized ones by giving the specifications such as color and type of instruments you want to gift.

“Setting my mind on a musical instrument was like falling in love. All the world seemed bright and changed.”
                                                                                                                                              – William Christopher Handy

10. Music is a piece of art that goes to ears and then directly into heart

Handmade things have got their own values. It’s because they are made out of love and passion. Why pick something from the heap that’s just kept to be sold? Make a change by designing something that your loved ones would have a craze for. Look nowhere but a handmade string art with an awesome message.

Music is a medicine of mind

11. Music is in the ear of the beholder

Music is something that could be used to connect people. Though you do not understand the words, its tone and melody definitely makes people understand the vibes that is flowing around.

The world’s most famous and popular language is music.
                                                                              -Psy

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11 String Art gift ideas for Couples

11 String Art gift ideas for Couples

11 String Art gift ideas for Couples

There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved.
– George Sand
String Art, simply put, involves the use of string, thread, wool as an art medium. The brilliance of the art shines through when a delicate balance is achieved between the simplicity of the design and the intricate elaborateness of the thread configurations that form the body of the art. Another delightful characteristic of the art is the smooth flowing texture that is achieved by the spools of thread against the rugged rustic feel of the wood on which it takes form.

1. String art for weddings

Wedding is a celebration, wedding is a festival, and wedding brings people close. Get something amazing done for your loved ones who are about to get married. Get a personalized handmade gift that contains all the phrases you wanna mention to the couples and make their wedding day a great memory. Presenting before you – personalized string art done with lots of love at Stoned Santa!

“Love is not just something you feel, it’s something that you do.”

2. Love Overloaded

Jotting down memories about loved ones is a best thing that you could do! Get all the memories to us, and we would build your castle of memories. Our string art is no less than a castle of memories. It’s handmade and colorful. Look upon our string art to keep your memories colorful.

3. String art – Anniversary gift

Being in a relationship is a responsibility! Make your beloved know that you love him/her more as the time passes. Remind them all that you’ve done and made each other smile by gifting a specialized handmade customized string art this anniversary.

A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.

4. String arts to gift couples

It’s a wonderful feeling when your friends with whom you’ve spent a lot of time are finally getting married. Of course they are gonna step into a new phase of life. Let them start a new beginning with a colorful everlasting handmade string art. Let their bonds be strongest just like how the string holds nails and nail holds wood on a string art. Let this art personify their relationship.

5. You are my sunshine!

Expressing love doesn’t make you weak, but it makes the bond more stronger. Let your loved ones know how much you love them. This monsoon, buy your beloved a valuable memory and let them know how much value they’ve got in your life. Get your own designs done with a string on a wood supported by nails. Handmade string art – made with love at Stoned Santa.

6. Heart of string

Gift your newly married friends an amazing home decor with their symbol of love. Get your string art done with any alphabets and colors only at Stoned Santa

7. Wedding gift – Couple string art

Tired of buys same boring gifts online to your friends and loved ones? Why not try this amazing handmade couple string art to gift your friends or family? It’s carefully designed according to your specifications with utmost love and care from Stoned Santa. Available with various sizes, shapes and colors.

The secret of a happy marriage is finding the right person.

8. String arts to capture your best moments

There are certain things that a camera cannot capture. They are captures by our eyes, felt at that moment and saved in our minds. Get out those beautiful memories to reality by getting a handmade string art done at Stoned Santa. Tell us how you want to get the memories displayed, and we’d get it done for you on wood with strings. Make your memories stay fresh always with our string art done with lots of love.

9. Home is where heart is..

Your home will always be the place for which you feel the deepest affection, no matter where you are. Make your home look more beautiful by keeping your token of love of your twin flame. Get a string art done for your partner by giving us your specifications. Handmade things always give a spark to your space, no matter how beautiful machine made things are.

Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.
                                                                        -Matsuo Basho

10. Symbols of love – made out of string art

The best thing that you could give your loved one is time and affection. Give them your affection by getting a string art of love and celebrate the gifting moment by giving them your time. We prepare handmade string arts with reference to your specifications.

We always make time for what we feel is important in our lives.

11. “All of me loves all of you..” – a handmade string art filled with love

How beautiful are those couples who never stop expressing how much they love each other! Express your love to your loved ones by gifting them a string art which contains your message.

It’s not how much we give, it’s how much love we put into giving.
– Mother Theresa

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