Project: Swan Paper-Craft, revolved around Royal Indian birds and was completed in a short span of just six days. She seems to have figure out perfectly, what will appeal to her audience. The application of colour develops a connection between the designer and viewer making the selection an important step. Colour, she believes, is a strategic decision; it either makes or breaks design. Consistency, knowing your material and applying your skill set are just few of many things to take away from this designer.
Concept: ‘Rajhansa’ (Swan), the Royal Indian Bird following the theme given by the client of Royal Indian Birds, Deepali created an artifact completely made of paper and executed by hand.
Outcome: Being a paper engineer, Deepali successfully delivered a design that showcases the delicacy and form of the Swan. Not only capturing the essence of this royal bird but also going a step further and executing it in the third dimension for her IDC IIT Bombay Summer Project.