“The transformation of singular threads into a piece of fabric through weaving left me awestruck.”
Sayan believes that moving away from the place and the people you know makes you learn a lot:
“You meet new people conversing in different languages, leading completely different lifestyles, belonging to different cultures and following certain esthetics, and you have to appreciate and adapt to that framework.”
He feels inspired with the imperfect:
“…weathered walls, peeling paint, broken pottery, or parched earth. I draw inspiration from the impermanence of material things, the transience of nature, the beauty in the unconventional and asymmetry.
Yet Sayan wants to learn, absorb and imbibe as much as possible and would eventually want to build a brand of his own.
Read this story in POOL 54.