MA Textile Design.
Responsibilities • Develop a range of furniture using waste wood and metal. • Develop an exhibition stall for the company, for international trade fairs. Accomplishments • A range of stackable furniture was developed using reclaimed wood and metal. • Unconventional techniques of metallurgy were used. • The stall was designed using waste newspaper and a locally grown gum. Skills Used • Vision • Creativity
Responsibilities • Develop a range of woven saree borders inspired from the sarees of Her Highness Rajmata Gayatri Devi of Jaipur. • Develop a range of prints for blue pottery inspired from the City Palace Museum of Jaipur. Accomplishments • The prints developed for blue pottery were a big success. Skills Used • Print Design • Weaving.
Responsibilities • Responsible for developing a range of handloom woven products. • Developing products to maintain the circle of manufacturing all the around the year, previously the organisation only used to have products to be supplied during winters and hence they did not have a continuous work. • Introducing natural dyes to the organisation. • Developing a product look book for the company. Accomplishments • Introduced a range of handwoven cotton napkins, which were dyed naturally using the local vegetation. The marketing strategy was to promote these napkins having medicinal benefits from the organic dyes. The market response was over whelming enabling the organisating to increase their sales during off season. Skills Used • Weaving. • Dyeing. • Leadership qualities, which enabled to convince the artisans to adapt to the new designs and products.
Responsibilities • Develop a range of fast selling products taking inspiration from "Indian truck art". • The products had to be cost effective, generating profits for the non-governmental organisation. • It should create awareness about animals and anti non-vegetarianism. Accomplishments • Developed a range of products like T-shirts, ties, boxers, file covers, mobile covers, caps etc. • The products still continue to help raise funds towards animal welfare. • The graphic style was inspired from Indian pop art, backed up with witty and philosophical slogans taking inspiration from Indian truck art. Skills Used • Graphic design skills. • Digital textile print design.
Responsibilities • New design development • Trend and technological intervention for the Bagru hand block printed textiles (natural dyed and mud resist). Accomplishments • Design intervention was done after an intense research on the traditional printing technique of Bagru. This research was later compiled into a document. Skills Used • Print making • Dyeing • Marketting
Responsibilities • Develop a range of hand block printed home furnishings and scarves, taking inspiration for Ranthambore Tiger reserve. • The products should also aid in developing and promoting the local crafts of the region. Accomplishments • Developed a range of hand block printed products using local artisans. • The products brought the local artisans in the lime light for their craftsmanship. Skills Used • Print Design
Pearl academy of Design
Pearl Academy of Design