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www.hichki.com featured in the Sunday Guardian


Celebrating creativity, Inhaling the Spirit artists Lipika & Prabhjyot, along with our co-founders and creators are also behind www.hichki.com - our tribute to creativity.... featured in the Sunday Guardian as the Website of the Week...

Happy to share the Sunday Guardian article about Hichki. Click here:)

Website pays tribute to creativity of all “unlike-minded” people

While searching for a quick cure for hiccups on the Web, I stumbled upon a rather curious site called Hichki. No, it did not cure my hiccups but it did offer me an avenue to share my quirky side with the world. Originally meant to showcase the works of its founder members, from India and New Zealand, this website is a tribute to creativity. With the tag line 'If you are born a human, you must be creative', Hichki provides people a platform to interact with 'unlike-minded' artists, scientists, industrialists, musicians, doctors and people from every other profession that needs you to be creative. The website's bright yellow home page has tabs like comics, literary, arts, entertainment, lifestyle, business and social, which cover a wide range of content. The subcategories, cleverly set on the home page itself, under each of these tabs come with interesting titles. For instance, under Lifestyle you'll find Adam weds Madam (cartoon snapshots from a typical Indian wedding), Flip Flops Wet Togs (articles on travel destinations), The Bath (witty modern posters on health and fitness), The Fights (funny illustrations on all things sport) and Tongue Twisters (food and drink articles). Every submission is copyrighted and comes with information about the creation, the creator and sales information. Visitors can buy or commission art/content from Hichki or even use the website to promote your event or product. Just complete a simple submission form for your articles, anecdotes and experiences, or email your photos or film, to be featured on the site. This colosseum of creativity definitely allows you to flex your creative muscles and, from what I've read and seen so far, it seems like a great way to add a few laughs to your stressful day

Artists Lipika Sen & Prabhjyot Majithia at Ted x Tauranga 2015

Artists Lipika Sen & Prabhjyot Majithia as featured in the speaker's and entertainment panel for Ted X Tauranga 2015 :

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You are invited to meet the Rainbow Flautist at Creative Tauranga today evening in New Zealand...

The Rainbow Flautist by artists Lipika Sen & Prabhjyot Majithia, a sculpture in cortene and timber shows today evening at the opening reception of  Mid Winter Summer 2 exhibition at Creative Tauranga Gallery , Willow Street, Tauranga, New Zealand, on July 16 2015 from 5pm - 7pm.  The sculpture was first shown at the 10th biennale of the [...]

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"Tricky Box 9 -YOU" by Lipika Sen & Prabhjyot Majithia showing now at Whakatane Museum, NZ

School holidays are the perfect time to get the kids up close and into Lipika and Prabhjyot's latest experiential art installation, Tricky Box 9 - YOU.  Created specially for "Making Sense," showing at the Whakatane Museum from Saturday 30 May 2015 - 9:00am to Sunday 26 July 2015 - 5:00pmAn experiential moment with Tricky Box 9 [...]

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Tricky Box 8 tells your story - Bay News, Nov 20,2014 New Zealand

Article in the Bay News, New Zealand, featuring the Tricky Box 8..."The Tricky Box concept itself is that there is a world outside and a world inside..."  artist Prabhjyot Majithia" Tricky Box 8 is still a device for story telling but it tells your story...this is like a little thing from our (Indian) childhood that [...]

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Public Art: Firkee Wala - kinetic sculpture by Lipika Sen & Prabhjyot Majithia installed by Art in Public Places Trust, New Plymouth, New Zealand

Purchased in 2014 by the Art in Public Places Trust for the site at Puke Ariki Landing, the Firkee Wala - In My Heart of Eternal Childhood by artists Lipika Sen & Prabhjyot Majithia is one of the major works acquired by the trust for the city of New Plymouth, that also includes a sculpture by [...]

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"Artists Lipika Sen & Prabhjyot Majithia have created a larger than life artwork with a powerful political statement" - Bay of Plenty Times, New Zealand

A piece in the Bay of Plenty Times, New Zealand in response to the "Tricky Box 5 - The Curious Indian Water Well" that showed at the New Zealand Sculpture on Shore 10th Biennale, 2014 amongs the country's most esteemed artists: "Well sculpture warns over thirst for change"...

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Lipika & Prabhjyot's sculpture featured by international curator Rob Garrett

Photographed  & featured by international curator Rob Garrett in his curatorial note on the 10th Sculpture OnShore Auckland 2014  -  "Tricky Box 5 - The Curious Indian Water Well" by artists Lipika Sen & Prabhjyot Majithia.Read curator Rob Garrett's note here : "Looking out, looking back and looking ahead" Or click on the excerpt below::

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Firkee Wala - In my heart of eternal childhood by Lipika & Prabhjyot India/ Mount Maunganui NZ


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Featured in Taranaki Daily News, New Zealand - front page article,Oct 16, 2014

Artists Lipika Sen & Prabhjyot Majithia with one of the pinwheels to go on their 6metre tall kinetic sculpture: "The Firkee Wala - In My Heart Of Eternal Childhood" to be erected at Puke Ariki, New Plymouth, New Zealand from October 25 to November 9 for the 2014 Kinetika Art Exhibition. Featured here - front page [...]

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