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Walk in the woods

A few examples of how Walk in the Woods can be interpreted to suit the contours of different kinds of buildings.

Prayer for Earth

A few examples of how Prayer For Earth can be interpreted to suit the contours of different kinds of buildings.

Prayer for Earth: Artwork Variants

A few examples of how Prayer For Earth can be interpreted to suit the contours of different kinds of buildings.

Prayer for Earth: Techniques
Prayer for Earth: Colourways
Walk in the woods: Artwork Variants

How you express Walk in the Woods in your space changes the whole character of the piece — both feet flanking a door says something quite different from a single foot surrounded by strewn flowers.

Walk in the woods: Techniques
Walk in the woods: Colourways

Based on the theme and form of the artwork, here is a selection of colour combinations that complement a range of surface materials.

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Elevating Exterior Décor: Bringing Nature Home with The Earth Series

Expanding to exterior décor, Asian Paints introduces the exclusive and one-of-its-kind offering inspired by the Buddhist cairns and a barefoot walk through the woods within the Earth Series.

Combining the magic of stories, design and décor the Ultima Wall Art Earth Series presents a set of unique and aesthetic motifs inspired by Nature. Organically aligned to architecture, this series and its various nuances can easily adapt to any abode helping you bring nature home is various forms.

The Earth Series was launched on 14 December 2016 at Korner House, Bandra. Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Amit Syngle, President-Sales, Marketing & Technology, Asian Paints Ltd. said “At Asian Paints we acknowledge that people possess an inherent need to connect with and customise their facade as canvas of self-expression. Drawing from the vastness of nature, the Earth Series is a celebration of this life in abundance.”

Cherishing the beauty that resides in flowing water, in rustling leaves, in the woods, and the life, the bliss, the abundance contained within these elements.

In this final article on the Wall Art Series, we explore the muse behind Prayer for Earth and Walk in the Woods.

Concept for Prayer For Earth

A metaphor for the precarious balance of the world’s ecosystems finds itself on a symbol of prayer. A prayer for compassion etched on each rock, Om Mani Padme Hum is often seen around crystal lakes that glisten in the Himalayas. Inspired by Buddhist philosophy and imagery, Prayer for Earth draws from the mantras inscribed on stones in sacred spaces. Symbols of nature replace chants, giving nature the place it deserves in our thoughts, meditations and the spaces we inhabit.

Prayer for Earth

A few examples of how Prayer For Earth can be interpreted to suit the contours of different kinds of buildings.

Concept for Walk In The Woods

Tread lightly, whistles the wind. Take off those soles that can’t tell a leech for the soil. Feel the ground you walk upon, barefoot and beautiful. In our rush to get nowhere, we often miss moments of joy on our way. If we stopped to listen to the leaves, what would they whisper? Can a crushed ant scurry again or a flower bloom in our wake? Walk in the Woods imagines footprints that burst with life, unlike the ones we leave behind. Open to interpretation, it is a contemplative piece.

Walk in the woods

A few examples of how Walk in the Woods can be interpreted to suit the contours of different kinds of buildings.

Read more about Flow and Tree of Life in the prequel to this article. This article belongs to a 3-part series on Ultima Wall Art Collections for Exterior Décor. For more information, contact: colourpro@asianpaints.com.