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An Indian man carries a spade and walks in a mustard field on the outskirts of Ahmadabad, India, on Dec 27, 2014. Earlier this year, the Indian government allowed field trial of a variety of genetically modified (GM) mustard, almost 18 months after the previous government ordered a freeze on such tests, according to news reports. (Ajit Solanki/Associated Press)

An Indian man carries a spade and walks in a mustard field on the outskirts of Ahmadabad, India, on Dec 27, 2014. Earlier this year, the Indian government allowed field trial of a variety of genetically modified (GM) mustard, almost 18 months after the previous government ordered a freeze on such tests, according to news reports. (Ajit Solanki/Associated Press)

Madhya Pradesh has denied permission for field trials in genetically modified chickpea and transgenic mustard hybrid, arguing that there is no credible and irrefutable evidence about GM crops not having adverse impact on humans/animals, biodiversity and environment. Read more: http://www.fooddemocracynow.org/blog/2014/nov/19 #GMOs #LabelGMOs #StopMonsanto

Madhya Pradesh has denied permission for field trials in genetically modified chickpea and transgenic mustard hybrid, arguing that there is no credible and irrefutable evidence about GM crops not having adverse impact on humans/animals, biodiversity and environment. Read more: http://www.fooddemocracynow.org/blog/2014/nov/19 #GMOs #LabelGMOs #StopMonsanto

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Indian village women carry bundles of grass on their heads as they walk past a mustard field on the outskirts of Hamirpur, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, Wednesday, December 31, 2014. Earlier this year, the Indian government allowed field trial of a variety of genetically modified (GM) mustard, almost 18 months after the previous government ordered a freeze on such tests, according to news reports. (Photo by Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP Photo)

Indian village women carry bundles of grass on their heads as they walk past a mustard field on the outskirts of Hamirpur, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, Wednesday, December 31, 2014. Earlier this year, the Indian government allowed field trial of a variety of genetically modified (GM) mustard, almost 18 months after the previous government ordered a freeze on such tests, according to news reports. (Photo by Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP Photo)

Around the time The New Yorker published a personal attack on me, in 2014 (my response – Seeds of Truth), there was also an effort to quickly approve field trials of 12 GMO crops, illegally. Currently, as Monsanto’s push in India, through corruption and lobbying, to get approval for Genetically Modified Mustard becomes stronger, Monsanto’s ‘typewriters for hire’ are preparing another attack on me to distract from the science and international laws, in a bid to rush the approval of…

Around the time The New Yorker published a personal attack on me, in 2014 (my response – Seeds of Truth), there was also an effort to quickly approve field trials of 12 GMO crops, illegally. Currently, as Monsanto’s push in India, through corruption and lobbying, to get approval for Genetically Modified Mustard becomes stronger, Monsanto’s ‘typewriters for hire’ are preparing another attack on me to distract from the science and international laws, in a bid to rush the approval of…

Around the time The New Yorker published a personal attack on me, in 2014 (my response – Seeds of Truth), there was also an effort to quickly approve field trials of 12 GMO crops, illegally. Currently, as Monsanto’s push in India, through corruption and lobbying, to get approval for Genetically Modified Mustard becomes stronger, Monsanto’s ‘typewriters for hire’ are preparing another attack on me to distract from the science and international laws, in a bid to rush the approval of…

Around the time The New Yorker published a personal attack on me, in 2014 (my response – Seeds of Truth), there was also an effort to quickly approve field trials of 12 GMO crops, illegally. Currently, as Monsanto’s push in India, through corruption and lobbying, to get approval for Genetically Modified Mustard becomes stronger, Monsanto’s ‘typewriters for hire’ are preparing another attack on me to distract from the science and international laws, in a bid to rush the approval of…

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Book accessories have returned!  I thought you might like to know a bit about how the idea came about and evolved. From 2012-2014 my illustration focused in gouache painting and prismacolour (rough concept paintings dated 2014 - top left). Japanese brands were releasing beautiful library prints and I was incredibly inspired. Following this I started testing out a fabric print which went to swatch stage in early 2015 (top right). It featured falling books with titles including Natural History…

Book accessories have returned! I thought you might like to know a bit about how the idea came about and evolved. From 2012-2014 my illustration focused in gouache painting and prismacolour (rough concept paintings dated 2014 - top left). Japanese brands were releasing beautiful library prints and I was incredibly inspired. Following this I started testing out a fabric print which went to swatch stage in early 2015 (top right). It featured falling books with titles including Natural History…

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