bachchan stationery

This stationery designed by studio archohm, reflects the pride and nostalgia of the Bachchan family in their lineage. The typeface pays homage to the family name that was adopted by his father, Shri. Harivansh Rai who gave up the surname ‘Srivastav’ to protest against the caste system in India, post Independence and adopted the word Bachchan (child-like in colloquial Hindi) as his nom de plume.

From sand to gold dust, the theme narrates the story of colour in context. The Grey colour is representative of sand from the hometown. It speaks of grounded beginnings in Allahabad and the gold signifies the epitome of success, achieved by each family member.

The primary letter-writing paper was customized with sand from the banks of the confluence of the river Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati in Allahabad , symbolic of the family’s roots. The paper was handcrafted in Fabriano. Fabriano’s fine paper has been used by artistic greats such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raphael. Works by these artists, which still exist today, serve as evidence to the high quality of the paper produced in the region.

bachchan stationery

This stationery designed by studio archohm, reflects the pride and nostalgia of the Bachchan family in their lineage. The typeface pays homage to the family name that was adopted by his father, Shri. Harivansh Rai who gave up the surname ‘Srivastav’ to protest against the caste system in India, post Independence and adopted the word Bachchan (child-like in colloquial Hindi) as his nom de plume.

From sand to gold dust, the theme narrates the story of colour in context. The Grey colour is representative of sand from the hometown. It speaks of grounded beginnings in Allahabad and the gold signifies the epitome of success, achieved by each family member.

The primary letter-writing paper was customized with sand from the banks of the confluence of the river Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati in Allahabad , symbolic of the family’s roots. The paper was handcrafted in Fabriano. Fabriano’s fine paper has been used by artistic greats such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raphael. Works by these artists, which still exist today, serve as evidence to the high quality of the paper produced in the region.

bachchan stationery

This stationery designed by studio archohm, reflects the pride and nostalgia of the Bachchan family in their lineage. The typeface pays homage to the family name that was adopted by his father, Shri. Harivansh Rai who gave up the surname ‘Srivastav’ to protest against the caste system in India, post Independence and adopted the word Bachchan (child-like in colloquial Hindi) as his nom de plume.

From sand to gold dust, the theme narrates the story of colour in context. The Grey colour is representative of sand from the hometown. It speaks of grounded beginnings in Allahabad and the gold signifies the epitome of success, achieved by each family member.

The primary letter-writing paper was customized with sand from the banks of the confluence of the river Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati in Allahabad , symbolic of the family’s roots. The paper was handcrafted in Fabriano. Fabriano’s fine paper has been used by artistic greats such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raphael. Works by these artists, which still exist today, serve as evidence to the high quality of the paper produced in the region.

bachchan stationery

This stationery designed by studio archohm, reflects the pride and nostalgia of the Bachchan family in their lineage. The typeface pays homage to the family name that was adopted by his father, Shri. Harivansh Rai who gave up the surname ‘Srivastav’ to protest against the caste system in India, post Independence and adopted the word Bachchan (child-like in colloquial Hindi) as his nom de plume.

From sand to gold dust, the theme narrates the story of colour in context. The Grey colour is representative of sand from the hometown. It speaks of grounded beginnings in Allahabad and the gold signifies the epitome of success, achieved by each family member.

The primary letter-writing paper was customized with sand from the banks of the confluence of the river Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati in Allahabad , symbolic of the family’s roots. The paper was handcrafted in Fabriano. Fabriano’s fine paper has been used by artistic greats such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raphael. Works by these artists, which still exist today, serve as evidence to the high quality of the paper produced in the region.

bachchan stationery

This stationery designed by studio archohm, reflects the pride and nostalgia of the Bachchan family in their lineage. The typeface pays homage to the family name that was adopted by his father, Shri. Harivansh Rai who gave up the surname ‘Srivastav’ to protest against the caste system in India, post Independence and adopted the word Bachchan (child-like in colloquial Hindi) as his nom de plume.

From sand to gold dust, the theme narrates the story of colour in context. The Grey colour is representative of sand from the hometown. It speaks of grounded beginnings in Allahabad and the gold signifies the epitome of success, achieved by each family member.

The primary letter-writing paper was customized with sand from the banks of the confluence of the river Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati in Allahabad , symbolic of the family’s roots. The paper was handcrafted in Fabriano. Fabriano’s fine paper has been used by artistic greats such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raphael. Works by these artists, which still exist today, serve as evidence to the high quality of the paper produced in the region.