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Ciottolo By Xil

Ciottolo By Xil

Ciottolo is a sister painting of Umbrellas, the excess paint from it was used to reveal Ciottolo (Pebble). It was a drag and spin painting that reminds me of Monet's Lillypads. The spin created what looks to be ripples, hence the...

Ciottolo is a sister painting of Umbrellas, the excess paint from it was used to reveal Ciottolo (Pebble). It was a drag and spin painting that reminds me of Monet's Lillypads....

I Am Sharing These Insanely Amusing Road Signs

I Am Sharing These Insanely Amusing Road Signs

Himank's personnel battle tough terrain, extreme climatic conditions and really tight dead-lines to keep Ladakh connected with the rest of India. But apparently, their jobs haven’t robbed them of their sense of humour. If you ever had up that way, you’ll...

Himank's personnel battle tough terrain, extreme climatic conditions and really tight dead-lines to keep Ladakh connected with the rest of India. But apparently, their jobs haven’t robbed them of their sense...

I Found These Crazy Facts About The Grand Bridge Of India

I Found These Crazy Facts About The Grand Bridge Of India

Kolkata is famous for its people, their culture, food, music, literature and the movies. It is one of the most densely populated cities in India. The city is known for its iconic Howah Bridge and here I am sharing some crazy...

Kolkata is famous for its people, their culture, food, music, literature and the movies. It is one of the most densely populated cities in India. The city is known for its...

Neptune By Xil For Reshma Krishnan

Neptune By Xil For Reshma Krishnan

Neptune was another exploration, originally steel wool was stretched across the canvas and paint smothered the canvas along with water squirted on it to spread the paint. It reminded me of clouds on Neptune or the ocean.

Neptune was another exploration, originally steel wool was stretched across the canvas and paint smothered the canvas along with water squirted on it to spread the paint. It reminded me of...