Palampore from Maharam Digital Projects
Maharam Digital Projects is a curated assemblage of large-scale wall installations created by emerging and established artists, photographers, illustrators, fashion and graphic designers. Maharam Digital Projects are high resolution, museum quality digital prints, which are scaled and produced on a project specific basis. They are also washable and suited for low to moderate traffic installations.
The latest design to be added to the collection is Palampore, which originated as a series of twenty-one paintings of tree of life imagery interpreted from Palampore—a type of hand-painted, mordant-dyed cloth common in India during the 18th and early 19th centuries that was designed primarily for the European export market. Using watercolour paint on Japanese paper, each panel offers a different interpretation of the symbol in both fantastical detail and loose, gestural motifs.
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