Inspiring by award winning poet Tishani Doshi collection’s of poems with the same title, the calendar is a photographic tribute to Doshi’s beautiful poetry. The pages of the calendar also reminds us of the dangerous times we are living in. In a sense, Rohit Chawla’s images are also a tribute to the challenges of those dangers and they also embrace the fleeting moments of beauty.
This limited edition work also showcases the best in printing.
The calendar is printed on Rendezvous Superwhite 240gsm paper from Samwha Paper, Korea. The frame is made of Samko board pasted with Leathack Black 120gsm, also from the Galgo paper range, and is printed at Lustra.
The launch event saw the print fraternity, buyers, advertising and creative people coming together to celebrate the occasion. The guests also got a chance to browse through the samples of inspiring works done round the year on Galgo’s range of fine papers and various treatments and creativity these papers could withstand.
Speaking at the event, Sushant Jain of Galgo Fine Papers thanked all his clients and the entire team for a successful year.
Jain also announced that some new additions were made by the group in 2017-2018 to expand business efficiency and offer better service to the clients.
Galgo opened a new office in Naraina, the print hub of Delhi to assure faster and committed delivery to the industry. Also, the group moved to a bigger corporate office to handle its growing product portfolio.
In 2017, Galgo added Samko book binding board in its range. Crafted with precision and cutting-edge technology, Samko boards are in total compliance with set industrial norms and the will take care of the Indian board industry requirement in most optimal manner.