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Mental Health


This art print is a part of the ‘Topics’ collection. These prints exude the history, storytelling and art of adornment from the South Asian culture. Through the rich colours and jewels, these prints add a statement to every room. Pair with a plain frame and accompanying candles or pampas grass to elevate the print.


Print finish

All art prints are printed on high quality ‘smooth cotton high white paper’ which leaves a smooth and texture-free matte finish. The high white shade assures saturated colours lift when printed.


Want to know a little more about the paper quality?

Weight: 315gsm

Material: 100% Cotton

Coating: Matte

Surface Texture: Smooth

Available in A4 and A3


To read more about what inspired this collection or this particular illustration, visit @gaby.gohlar on Instagram.


Mental Health 


Attitudes towards mental health in South Asian communities need to change.
Mental health is rarely discussed because it poses a “risk” to a family’s “reputation and status.” But why? … We know the South Asian culture isn’t foreign to superstition or two and as a result mental health is regarded as supernatural and demonic. They believed mental illnesses occurred to those who dabbled in black magic or were the product of a possession. Anyone associated with someone mentally ill were avoided and weren’t considered for marriage. Therefore, the solution was to brush it under the carpet or to pray. Unfortunately, these outdated thoughts are still prevalent today.
Due to the “lack of understanding, self-awareness and knowledge of psychological disorders, it has led to negative attitudes.” There are far more positives to discussing mental illnesses than there aren’t. Many mental health programmes have found that talking about mental health helps to remove the stigma, create a sense of community and reduce the rate of suicides.
Currently, “more than half of adults (60%) and over two-thirds of young people (68%) have said their mental health got worse during the pandemic. Therefore, let’s become a little more open-minded about mental health and show a willingness to listen.

Mental Health

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