Height- 4 ft (120cm), width- 3.4ft (105cm), length- 6.7 ft (205cm)
By Annvi Mittal, Kaashvi Choukhany, Kritvee Modi, Mehar Sanghera & Siddhangana Kumari
from, Mayo College Girls’ School, Ajmer
Scrap wire, Old bedsheets and fabrics, Scrap threads, An old mattress, Sponge, Thermocol, Used mounting sheets, Waste pipe, Wooden plank, Thread
“An oasis of bliss, despite the external chaos”
We have created a cave-like structure, shaped like a whale. It’s a fun little seater that is deep enough to curl up and relax on and can comfortably fit two people. It is aimed at being a fun place for children since every kid dreams of having a comfortable place to have long cozy lounge sessions in. This is our take on a getaway cave that possesses functionality but also spreads awareness along with joy.
It’s a baleen whale with the entrance representing its open mouth and the brushes as curtains. The baleen whale is an endangered species, and the primary reason for its endangerment is overhunting during the years of commercial whaling. We aspire to create awareness to save the lives of these majestic creatures.
Inside, we have soft, cushioned seating with a couple of cushions and fairy lights so it doesn’t get too dark. Its sky-blue color and drowsy eyes create a sense of calm.
Around 80% of this piece has been made from waste material from our school junkyard. This environment-friendly functional art piece aims at letting a child have their very own safe haven.
Price: Rs. 17,000
From left to right, Mehar Sanghera, Siddhangana Kumari, Kritvee Modi, Kaashvi Choukhany & Annvi Mittal.
Archival Digital Print for A2 size:
On Hahnemuehle photo rag: Rs. 5,700/-
On Hahnemuehle canvas: Rs.6,500/-