- Jain Living‘Jainism is the art of seeing, art of living, art of leaving, art of loving.’ – Pujya Gurudevshri Rakeshbhai Jhaveri Today Jainism is believed to be among the smallest of the major world religions. Founded by Lord Mahavira in the 6th century B.C., Jainism dwells on meditation, the sanctity of life and non-violence and propagates basic life principal in all objects (Jeffrey Hays, 2011). A religion this old and yet there were no visual aids recorded to help others understand it. As a practisin
- PAC‘Dip inside the pool’ is a publication journey of four speakers – June Smithson, Peter Chadwick, Ian Carr and Gill Brown, and their practise. The purpose of this issue is not to define the fine line that exists between the professional and academic context. It is to draw on the fact that both emerge from the same pool. This publication addresses the relation between academic and professional design practise. It is an exploration into the shared ideals and concepts that state the nature of thes
- chapter:Chapter is a unique experience for every reader. A two–way publication that compiles two contrasting projects in one book.The readers are compelled to open the second chapter by flipping the book over and beginning from the other end. Chapter: Doing comprises of a series of works that are the outcome of my exploration and experimentation with different materials, media and printmaking processes. Chapter: Design is a project proposal for an exhibition that celebrates body as a measuring
- Body ScaleTo develop a proposal for an exhibition that celebrates the concept of measurements that might be held at the British Library or The Science Museum. 'Body, The Scale' is an exhibition that celebrates the statement – the human body as a measuring tool. It is an exhibition that explores its content through the medium of illustrations. These graphic elements enhance user experience through interactive projections, creating exciting visuals for children.