The Sunday Soul Sante, is Bangalore’s very own flea market, organised by Asha Rao. 100 diverse stalls, food, beers, music and an eclectic crowd… could your Sunday get any better?! I enjoyed the concept of The Sunday Soul Sante, because it cleverly caters to all ages and has something for everyone. What excited me the most about today, was the amazing talent that we have here in Bangalore! And the number of young women entrepreneurs, definitely very inspiring. A lot of the stalls had unique products, which I felt was a good change. I didn’t manage to take a lot of pictures, but here are a few of them.. and my favorite stalls 🙂
Sutradhar’s, stall had alot of fun filled products. I absolutely love this little wooden furniture set that they had. Sutradhar is an education resource center, and have toys and products that assist in a child’s learning process. They had channapatna toys, kalamkari pachissi sets, a snakes and ladder board game from Haathi Chaap. I thought it was an interesting concept to have a stall that provides all these products.. Check out the website…
Gossip Inc, was a stall which had a mix of fashion accessories. There was a particular product that I really liked, it was a bag made from plastic strips. I loved the colors of the stall, very inviting.
Ok! So you have to check out my favorite stall, Graphicurry! The company is the brainchild of Prasad Bhat. His caricatures were truely brilliant. I loved his take of famous personalities. The companies website tells alot about the company and their take on digital art. You can find most of the caricatures there. I’m so glad that they were there… and managed to get such a great fan following 🙂
My first take on these young women, excellent work! Curious Craft, is a company run by two young ladies, Dhvani and Ginelle! They had a ‘huge’ collection of paper craft products, from diaries, cards, art…. I loved the way they’ve used paper as their core medium to create exciting products. Using paper folding techniques they’ve managed to create an exclusive product range. Unfortunately they don’t have a website, but I’ve taken pictures of what I picked up from their stall. If you want to get in touch with them… firstname.lastname@example.org
There was this beautiful ceramic product stall, but I forgot to note the name 🙁 They had lovely products, which were packaged in these wooden boxes.
Another duo with a great brand, Cutlet Co. So these young ladies handpaint tshirts, and just not any tshirt, but quirky ones! I love their sense of design and their illustrations! I also loved the fact that they painted it on white tshirts. Unfortunately I didnt get any more information on them, and hoping to get in touch with them. But for a peak….
This stall made me feel like I was at Anjuna Flea market. They had these lovely garments which had prints from typical Indian adverts and Indian Gods. Once again I didnt manage to get the name of the stall. It was a colorful stall and had really interesting garments. Love their photoshoot…