MY FAVOURITE Souvenir
Condé Nast Traveller India|June - July 2020
MY FAVOURITE Souvenir
Collecting mementos on trips is second nature to travellers. Photographers from across the globe shot their most cherished ones while home, dreaming of travelling again

AIRPLANE MODE

PANKAJ ANAND

“It’s an integral mode of transport in our profession. This is an aeroplane I had picked up from a promenade in Johannesburg, South Africa.”

CERAMIC CURIO

Jenny Zarins

“It’s a small ceramic piece I picked up in the most incredible shop in Nazareth, Israel, called El Elbabour. It was a really hot day, and as we entered, the coolness of this stone-walled shop was welcoming. It was a haven of spices. There were stacks and stacks of huge bags of the most incredible home-made ones. No preservatives, flavour enhancers or colouring here. Their on-site mill was truly a state of art. For me, the smells, colours and textures are beyond words, somehow all wrapped up in this little chipped piece that takes me right back every time I look at it.”

35 CITIES & COUNTING

Joshua Karthik

“This souvenir, a collectible model from New York, has become my one world project, something that helps me connect all the places I’ve been to and make something truly tangible from travel: a custom piece of art for each major destination I’ve visited.”

STREET ART

Jasper James

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June - July 2020