Sweets are not simply a delicacy, they’re intrinsically linked to auspicious occasions and traditional festivals in the Indian culture. It was thus no surprise that Bangalore-based sweet shop desired a design makeover bearing a traditional resemblance.
India being a land of festivals, Lee – the world's premier denim brand – runs promotional offers for various festive occasions across India, Featuring popularly celebrated festivals such as Durga Pooja, Diwali, etc. we were asked to create posters announcing the same.
All that is glitters (read foreign) is not gold. So believes, Studio Kohl, a boutique studio, founded by Mira Malhotra, that reflects the Indian culture and heritage in all of its works. After all, home is where the heart is, isn’t it?
Lopez Design, named after the lead designer Anthony Lopez, started back in 1997 when design in India was still in its nascent stages. Today the brand communications firm has created many valuable
identities where the logo is tied in with an entire system of behaviour of
A Graphic Designer from Sir J. J. Institute of Applied Arts, Minal Dusane-Mali has worked for the who’s who of the creative industry viz. Ramesh Sippy Entertainment, Giant Robot Illustration and Prana Studio to name a few, before co-founding YOMY Designs in 2010 with her
A ranker from Sir J. J. Institute of Applied Art, Abhishek Sawant has been using design for good since 2003 and worked with the well known creative minds in the industry like ‘Agnello Dias, Santosh Padhi, Bobby Pawar and Jigar Fernandes’. He has also won
Ranganath Krishnamani is a multi-disciplinary designer who specialises in Illustration, User Experience and Art Direction. He draws inspiration from vintage architecture, street art and machinery. He loves travelling and exploring new trails on his bicycle.
India has a brand new currency note – a Rs. 2,000 note – the highest denomination in circulation currently. The new currency note was introduced in the backdrop of a massive disruption of India’s Financial System – with the demonetisation of existing Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 currency notes,
Juan Casini is a multidisciplinary designer juggling various mediums and keeping his passion alive by traveling and designing. He is a free spirit who loves to draw, travel and experience new things. Here, he talks about his journey and inspirations of becoming a designer.
A believer in ‘great things take time’ Vedang Agnihotri hopes to embark on his design journey through experimentation and intensive self-exploration. He has been dabbling in different fields of design such as illustrations, typefaces and copywriting which has shaped his work and subsequently the designer