The geometric pattern that forms the base of this graphic was in development for several months as an endless texture for precast RCC boundary wall panels for an eco-park project, which fell through. The vibrant multi-colored version was developed for a family wedding invite. The unending pattern was, on one hand, interrupted by breaking open the basing rhombic unit and creating several variations; and, on the other hand, it was scaled and multiplied to express growth from bottom up.
I assigned the multicolored version to my little sister-in-law for whose wedding the invite was created. I kept the black one for myself and created. The other variations were either random – pausing where I felt content. Or they were created bearing in mind the personality of the loved one that I was to gift the work to.
Most of the frames are in Delhi, one in Glasgow, another in Gurugram, one in London and yet another in Dubai.