Bengaluru-based poet Subhashini Chandramani has quite a talent for converting her art sketches into adorable 3D projections, using leafy odds and ends from her garden. Of late, Chandramani's work -- her project is entitled #GardenArt -- has been receiving a fair amount of attention on social media for its simplistic approach.
Aside from her garden (which she claims is the muse for her garden art series), Chandramani also extends her creative eye to other accoutrements that give her art work that special finish. For instance, she doesn't consider leftover Gokulashtami bakshanam a food item anymore:
When South meets North, they become art. With leftover Gokulashtami bakshanam.September 9, 2015
Check out her version of what a 'bad hair day' looks like.
Bad hair day. pic.twitter.com/K3tPMpNTkX— Subhashini (@NeelaVanam) August 20, 2015
Here are some beautiful photos from Chandramani's #GardenArt series. Her blog can also be followed here.
Land Flowers meet sea:
"A Flower in the Blue Sea"September 24, 2015
When it rains, it blooms:
"Rain"September 22, 2015
Some might call him a petulant being:
Happy Ganesh Chathurthi to all of you.
#GardenArt with assorted flowers.September 16, 2015
Say it with flowers:
"Peace"September 13, 2015
Thistle definitely make you feel stylish:
Haute Coutre. pic.twitter.com/TzFYG1T598— Subhashini (@NeelaVanam) September 4, 2015
“Bougainvillae Ballerina”August 13, 2015
Run to seed:
Crane.July 30, 2015
Happiness is a releaf:
The cherry on the cake:
With Cherry Tomatoes,August 6, 2015
He was a beleafer:
Budding dancers:Suggest a correction