In 2015 Narielwalla released a set of three woodcut relief artworks titled Negative Space. The work is a block print (set of 3) in real Caplain leaf – 19 carat (combination of Palladium and Gold, Gold leaf – 22 carat and silver leaf on 300 gsm of a French sewing pattern highlighted in the negative space referencing the body in negative form. The wood block was cut by designer Sascha Gravenstein and print expert Manuel Mazzotti

In 2016 Narielwalla released God Save The Queen, a work to celebrate his citizenship to the UK and The Queen’s 90th Birthday. The visual artwork is a relief print block of a women’s dress sewing pattern that resembles the portrait of The Queen printed on original bespoke Savile Row tailoring patterns, which is quintessentially English. The physical Savile Row patterns mainly belong to Lords, Military personnel and other tittle holders, predominantly men, all subjects to Her Majesty. On top of all so powerful men there is Her Majesty – The Queen. The entirety of the artwork explores the notion of British stamps. The stamps also signify identity, travel, and form of currency. 36 hand made relief prints in letterpress oil based ink on original bespoke tailoring patterns with gold paint stencil on off white 300 gsm paper. Narielwalla was 36 when granted citizenship, making the work autobiographical. The work was produced by Manuel Mazzotti