Art

Nostalgia

These artworks are the embodiment of a cancelled summer. A limited colour palette and wistful memories come together seamlessly to create 6 images that are merry, high-spirited and spunky.
An ode to the summers we took for granted, and hope in favour of better times yet to come, each image is an indication of what I could and would be doing if I wasn’t confined to the four walls that form my cozy abode.
From warm pools and cool golas, to healthy watermelons and unhealthy drunches, this summer (whenever it decides to grace us!) is bound to be the hottest one yet!

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Things I Miss About A Normal Summer - Old Monk

Things I Miss About A Normal Summer - Stranger and Sons

Things I Miss About A Nomal Summer - Poolside

Things I Miss About A Normal Summer - Limoncello

Things I Miss About A Normal Summer - Ice Gola - 3

Things I Miss About A Normal Summer - Ice Gola - 1

Things I Miss About A Normal Summer - Ice Gola - 2

Things I Miss About A Normal Summer - Beaches

Things I Miss About A Normal Summer - Drunches

By Deshna Kasliwal

An illustrator, artist and interior designer, Deshna plays with multiple mediums to create aesthetic and relevant works of art. Through her Instagram account (@dashofdesh) she explores various styles and kinds of illustrations, from portraits to cartoons. With a degree in Fine Arts, and a Diploma in Interior Design – she combines beauty and finesse with form and structure – making each of her illustrations distinct, and one of their kind’s. When she is not illustrating, Deshna can be found travelling ‘desh to desh’, where she takes a lot of her inspiration from – the people she meets, the cultures she comes across and the architecture that inspires her!

Deshna Kasliwal

 

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