In India every flat surface is a potential canvas. If it stays still long enough to be painted on, it will be, with a mesmerising mix of gods and graffiti, folk art and advertising, instruction and exhortation.
Great India #followthatvan brings together in one place the images of contemporary street life observed by Natasha over the last decade, in a riotous collision of colour and character.
Patient veiled women, the fall of a sari; the brazen charms of decorated lorries; cockerels, coke signs and holy cows create a bright retrospective of her award-winning depiction of the contemporary India everyday.
Digital artworks – Archival stability and image permanence is a concern for artists and collectors. The inks in this digital piece are archival and colour is retained for 80 years. Paired with the Somerset high white satin paper the result is an exceptionally vivid pigment print with outstanding light fastness and stability.