Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Raavan...

When ever I see this snap one name strikes my mind immediately, it's 'RAAVAN' (Indian mythological demonic character), I seriously don't know the reason behind it. When I told my mom about this she gave me an explanation saying  'You might have imagined Raavan like this when you heard about him'. I'm not completely satisfied with that answer though. If this image is Raavan then the lady like figure near his right hand is 'SITA' (Another mythological pious character) and rest of them his army.  

B &W WEDNESDAY




This collage is inspired by the vision of Mani Ratnam, he has groomed his Raavan (Abhishek Bachan ) in 10 different ways. Where as I added 10 different tint shades to the same pic and made it in to collage :D.

Cheers,
Vrinda.   
PS: Except the artist name there wasn't any note written for this art which I found at Dallas Art museum. Now plz don't ask me his name, as I forgot then and there itself :D. 

13 comments:

Sree said...

That collage reminds me the poster of a bollywood film ....the name i forgot (try Dil dosti etc) ......but that one got exactly(well , not exactly) the same styling . One image in different tints ! Good work .
For me , it looked like a guy getting ready for his meals , and your sita looks like a water bottle in his dining table .

Indrani said...

Great creation Vrinda.

Icy BC said...

That's an awesome piece of art!

Mommy2Four said...

Very neat!

therunninggarlic said...

Very clever ... I really like all the different colors! Happy Wednesday!

Miss Becky said...

oh this collage is very cool. I love how you've used the color. it's very primitive looking and at the same time industrial. I really like this.

Erika B said...

Beautiful art. Cool shot!

Erika B

Chic Homeschool Mama said...

How interesting- makes me want to know more

Mom2Michael said...

Love the collage

Blessings Abound said...

Interesting! I never heard of that before! :)

SavvyMama said...

pretty weird...:)
Visit my B&W: Tower Life Building entry as well! Have followed your blog, hope you can follow mine. Thanks!

Life with Kaishon said...

It is certainly fascinating : )

Rekha said...

really loved the tinted versions...thanks for the follow back... ;) Btw you can call me Rekha....