A collection of over 100 heirloom family recipes, Five Morsels of Love introduces the reader to the fiery and flavoursome food from the South Indian state Andhra Pradesh. Beautifully produced and accompanied by stunning photography, the recipes cover a wide range from vegetables to curries of all sorts, meat and fish dishes as well as all-day snacks and sweets. The anecdotes and family stories sprinkled through the book give it an intimate feel and serve as a reminder of how closely intertwined food, love, memory and family bonds are. Open this book for inspiration of all sorts and feast your senses in many different ways. We have a limited number of the second edition, so order now!
- 21 x 27 cm
184 pages, hard-bound with a red ribbon bookmark
Lost in the Crowd – Christmas Vendor
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A lot of India's vibrancy comes from its bustling streets, filled with, amongst others, vendors and hawkers of all manner of products, produce and services. In this very intimate series of portraits, the artist isolates the object of his gaze - in this case, a lady selling Christmas hats - and removes her from the action of her surroundings. This gives the viewer an uninterrupted chance to really see - and have a sense for - this person, who would otherwise have been one of many. Body language, facial expression and posture become important indicators of her daily experiences.
21 x 29.7 cm (unframed)
Illustrated with Kohinoor pencils, digitally coloured
Printed on Enhanced Matte archival paper with Ultrachrome K3 inks
My inspiration comes from people, travel, stories and other visuals I encounter. This project started off with me documenting Mumbai and its vendors, interacting with them. Some of them would talk, some wouldn't. I tried to understand them, notice the details.READ THE STORY