Mural commission for Goa's first Starbucks outlet in India. This artwork was inspired by the vivid vibrance and the dynamism of Goan culture. The rich pastel color palette was influenced by Panjim's Latin quarter called Fontainhas, known for its colourful Portuguese architecture. The strong and multifaceted main character herself is the artist's representation of the iconic Starbucks twin tailed siren. The character is also adorned with traditional Indian gold jewellery and kolam tattoos (Kolam is a intricate geometric South Indian art form made from rice flour and is usually made on the floor in front of the homes to invite people in). The geometric border pattern is inspired by the Portuguese azulejos tiles commonly seen in Goan homes. In addition, the sea and the cosmos motif give a nod to the coffee trade and heritage.