from the sanskrit root “sev,” meaning to serve, to adore, to honour: seed sewa is an expression of solidarity + collective care beyond borders, supporting Farmers kin's resistance of neoliberal, colonial erasures + exploitation. chardikala.

"Who do we thank?"

by Kavya Rajeev

About the Contributed Artwork
A tri-coloured paper zine, printed to showcase the story of ilkal weaving. "Who do we thank?" honours weavers and artisans alike and takes the reader through a story of tradition. The zine was created as an ode to reviving Karnataka's weaving practice of ilkal fabrics and kasuti embroidery.

About the Artist
Kavya is a Visual Designer based out of Bangalore, India. Stories greatly motivate her and nostalgia always gives her an indefinite high. She is currently discovering her love for Mixed-Media, Symbology and Pattern based art. She works at Sortedpandit studio, where she challenges herself with new mediums of graphic communication everyday.
Instagram: @weirdarthole

8.5 cm x 12.5 cm