The overall structure of this studio was simple. It followed a clear, thematic and systematic progression that introduced students to the fundamental principles of printing on textile and packaging Design. Post that, they had to conceptualise, design and print an interesting and communicative series of prints. The nature/nomenclature/branding of this product was up to them. There was a series of brainstorming and exchange of ideas from both the Textile and Visual Communication students on ideas for best-case printing scenarios on textile as a material and packaging ideas for the same; which resulted in some stunning collaborative work.
© Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology
- Year : 2014
- Student Work by : Param Jain, Nandini Bhotika, Paul Atamian, Radhika Kale, Abheek Malhotra and Kanika Anand