Taṇhā

Size Chest (in.) Length (in.) Sleeve (in.)
Small 33 24.4 22
Medium 35 25.2 22.4
Large 38 26 22.8
XL 40 26.8 23.2
XXL 43 27.6 23.6
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Rs.1395.00
 

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Description

Our classic-cut hoodies are made with a blend of 80% cotton and 20% polyester. Ultra-soft, with a heathered look, they feature matching drawstrings in the hood, warm kangaroo pockets, and, elasticated cuffs and hem. The hoodies are printed using cutting edge Direct-to-Garment (or DTG) technology, which lays down soft, durable, full colour spectrum prints.

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About this artwork

For all its allusions to reality, it's an image that understands the power mystery has to create magic... Fine art photographer Karl Dmitri Bishop has unveiled his new series Samsara, a photographic exploration of cyclic existence informed by study of Buddhist teachings. Each image corresponds to a state in the bhavacakra, a pictorial representation that is rumored to have been devised by Buddha himself to help ordinary people recognize and transcend the impermanent physical world and its repetitive struggles. Samsara is something of a magnum opus. It defines and deepens the themes prevalent in Bishop's mythos, casting his signature theatrics as reimagined Tibetan symbolism. The direct translation to its title is "wandering through," as apt a phrase as any to describe the transient spaces his work creates. Aesthetically, the photos are some of the most striking in his portfolio; breathtaking, haunting images that present a mix of ethereal intrigue and muted sensuality.

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