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.
While the pebbles can be painted directly on the wall with a palette of bright primary colours, the details of each illustration within can be engraved to create the relief effect of a woodcut artwork, giving it depth.
Let us adorn your exteriors with Ultima Wall Art and come closer to the earth! Simply fill in a few details in the adjacent form and we will get right back!
The shades displayed on this site are indicative and are not precise representations of actual paint colours due to variance in monitor calibrations and resolution as well as screen settings. While scientific tools have been used to match colours and make them look like the paint you will use, yet, there is likely to be a difference.
You may bring any of the colour shade code to your local Colour World Dealer to match and / or order the exact colour that you are looking for.
We offer 200 ml samplers of our products at select Colour World outlets, which can be tinted to any colour of your choice. Not all shades are available in all products. Please visit the nearest Colour World Dealer for shade details.