• Art
  • Infinity – The Time Machine

    Materials used: Watch scrap, dials, straps, faces, hooks and scrap iron sheet. Approximately 3000 old watches Dimensions: Solid circumference: 8 feet; Length: 48 inches; Width: 30 inches; Height: 21 inches Weight: Approx 70 kilograms

    By Arun Verma August 19, 2008 1 Comment
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  • Unveiling The ‘The Time Machine’

    Hi all, My eight foot scrapture christened ‘The Time Machine’ created exclusively for Titan Industries will be unveiled tomorrow, the 13th of August 2008 at 12pm at World of Titan, South Extention – I, New Delhi. It will be on show all day before it travels to various parts of the country. Please do take […]

    By Arun Verma August 12, 2008 Leave a comment
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  • Heavy Metal

    The Telegraph did a feature on me and my creations this Saturday. Read it here.

    By Arun Verma April 21, 2008 3 Comments
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  • Creativegarh And Tribal Route Presents: The Coming Of Summer

    Creativegarh and Tribal Route invite you to an exhibition of art and craft from the 20th of March to the 5th of April. Take your pick of jewelry, trendy bags, lifetyle accessories, coffee mugs, fabric sculpts, rock art, wall hangings, cutlery, footwear, candles, stole, angarakha kurtis, lamps, artefacts, ceramics and other unique creations. Also a must dekko […]

    By Arun Verma March 20, 2008 Leave a comment
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  • Creativegarh Stall

    The Creativegarh Art and Craft Gallery Stall at the ‘Festa of Lights’ organised by Akshay Pratishthan at the Swiss Embassy on Saturday, 14th of October 2006

    By Arun Verma October 16, 2006 2 Comments
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  • Anish Kapoor’s Mirror To The Sky

      Anish Kapoor’s Sky Mirror is a breathtaking, 35-foot-diameter concave mirror made of polished stainless steel. Standing nearly three stories tall at the Fifth Avenue entrance to the Channel Gardens at Rockefeller Center, Sky Mirror offers a dazzling experience of light and architecture, presenting viewers with a vivid inversion of the skyline featuring the historic […]

    By Arun Verma September 29, 2006 2 Comments
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  • Shopping Cart Art

    Dumped supermarket trolleys litter our rivers and canals. Now one artist is rescuing them, to create these incredible wire sculptures that celebrate our water wildlife… Awesome work! [Link via KM through email]

    By Arun Verma September 1, 2006 2 Comments