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Flow

In meaning and form, Flow is open to diverse interpretation. You can choose from two distinct expressions, visualised to suit a range of building styles.

Flow - Examples

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

Tree of Life - Examples

A few examples of how Tree of Life can be interpreted to suit the contours of different kinds of buildings.

Flow & Flow 2 - Variants

Flow 01 – The fluid idea of the piece resonates with a free flowing form and melding colours. Flow 02 – Sharp lines define irregular shapes within the body of Flow, giving the piece a contemporary, edgy feel.

STENCIL + PAINTING

Flow 01 is painted directly on the wall. Reminiscent of watercolour, pigments of colour merge within the contours of the artwork with gestural painterly strokes.

RELIEF + PAINTING

Flow 02 with its defined outlines can be highlighted with two treatments, each creating a unique feel. Choose from Embossed (2-3mm relief) or Flush (painted directly on the wall).

Flow - COLOURWAYS

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

Tree of Life - Variant 01

Tree of Life 01 – Accentuating the sinews and natural lines of the tree, this variation has a raw, artistic feel.

Tree of Life - Variant 02

Tree of Life 02 – The pairing of crisp, computer-drawn lines and the organic roots of the theme create a subtle contrast.

SGRAFFITO + PAINTING

Tree of Life 01 achieves its handmade raw look by the scooping out of surface material much like woodcut art.

RELIEF + PAINTING

Tree of Life 02 with its sharp lines can either be painted directly on the wall or embossed with a 3 mm relief.

Tree of Life - 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: Flow & Tree of Life, The Earth Series

Expanding to exterior décor, Asian Paints introduces the ‘Earth Series’, an exclusive and one-of-its-kind offering inspired by Nature.

Ultima Wall Art combines the magic of stories, décor & design providing an aesthetically appealing set of options for Exteriors. It offers designs that are organically aligned to architecture. Launched on 14 December 2016 at The Korner House in Bandra, the Earth Series from Ultima Wall Art is a way to make homes an abode replete with expression.

Flow

In meaning and form, Flow is open to diverse interpretation. You can choose from two distinct expressions, visualised to suit a range of building styles.

Rapid urbanisation has left people craving for a connection with nature, and the series and its various nuances are a unique way to bring home the beauty that resides in flowing water, in rustling leaves, in the woods, and the life, the bliss, the abundance contained within these elements.

Flow - Examples

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

The application of this series is across four different concepts titled ‘Flow’, ‘Tree of Life’, ‘Prayer for Earth’ and ‘Walk in the Woods’. They are designed to complement the physical structure of a building making it more “complete and human”, in turn creating awe-inspiring imagery. The beauty of these designs are their ability to be adapted on various surfaces and the possibility of executing them on differing scales. In this article we explore the inspiration behind Flow and Tree of Life.

Tree of Life - Examples

A few examples of how Tree of Life can be interpreted to suit the contours of different kinds of buildings.

Concept for Flow

Water. Gentle yet surging, it flows wildly yet with a sense of purpose, carving its way through stone and sand, sometimes meandering and at times determined. At once calm and contained, yet vast and intense, a metaphor for the progression of life itself. Inspired by the duality of this element of life, the abstract and fluid nature of Flow embraces multiple ideas, interpretations and styles of architecture.

Flow & Flow 2 - Variants

Flow 01 – The fluid idea of the piece resonates with a free flowing form and melding colours. Flow 02 – Sharp lines define irregular shapes within the body of Flow, giving the piece a contemporary, edgy feel.

STENCIL + PAINTING

Flow 01 is painted directly on the wall. Reminiscent of watercolour, pigments of colour merge within the contours of the artwork with gestural painterly strokes.

RELIEF + PAINTING

Flow 02 with its defined outlines can be highlighted with two treatments, each creating a unique feel. Choose from Embossed (2-3mm relief) or Flush (painted directly on the wall).

Flow - COLOURWAYS

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

Concept for Tree of Life

We are connected, all things great and small. The archetypal Tree of Life finds expression across

geographies and philosophies — strong, vast and evergreen. A symbol of the interdependence of all creation with hidden outlines of animals is juxtaposed with the antlers of a lone deer. Rooted in the fragile web of life, ever-present, yet invisible. Our Tree of Life is an expression of hope and harmony. It is also a gentle reminder of the vulnerability of our earth, while exploring how we are all interrelated.

Tree of Life - Variant 01

Tree of Life 01 – Accentuating the sinews and natural lines of the tree, this variation has a raw, artistic feel.

Tree of Life - Variant 02

Tree of Life 02 – The pairing of crisp, computer-drawn lines and the organic roots of the theme create a subtle contrast.

SGRAFFITO + PAINTING

Tree of Life 01 achieves its handmade raw look by the scooping out of surface material much like woodcut art.

RELIEF + PAINTING

Tree of Life 02 with its sharp lines can either be painted directly on the wall or embossed with a 3 mm relief.

Tree of Life - Colourways

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

This article belongs to a 3-part series on Ultima Wall Art Collections for Exterior Décor. For more information, contact colourpro@asianpaints.com. More about the concept behind Prayer for Earth and Walk in the Woods in the sequel to this article.