Culture: The Colours of Rajasthan

Courtney and myself were lucky enough to visit India on our honeymoon. With our Lonely Planet Guidebook in hand we caught a flight to Delhi. We trekked around the Golden Triangle for three weeks, taking in the sites of Jaipur, Pushka, Jodphur, Jaipur, Bundi and Agra, before heading North to the Himalayas.

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Colour informs everything that we do as a studio. We create brand identities which are formed from colour palettes and we use colour to deliver brand messages.

India, and in particular Rajasthan is a place full of vibrant colour - an assault on the senses that will stay with you forever. Trust me, travelling on a twelve hour long train journey across the country, you won’t forget it. Like every other Westerner, I was totally absorbed by the culture and style of India and therefore took a million and one pictures of everything and everyone that darted past me. Inspired by the colour and filmic quality of what we documented, we have put together a series of colour studies that represent the vibrancy of Rajasthan.

 
 
 
Morning Prayer, Pushka

Morning Prayer, Pushka

 
Sugar Cane Stand, Pushkar

Sugar Cane Stand, Pushkar

 
 
 
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George Atherton