One Love from the Indian Tribal Art- Warli. This has been demonstrated by Adivasi since ages. Noe it is quite popular and emerged as one of the forms of art. Artists like Jivya Mashe (Written about him in separate post: Jivya Mashe-Indian Warli Art) really took this art form of Warli to the world and at next level through his many national and international exhibitions. We tried this on 6 feet x 18 feet white clothe for a backdrop during the first birthday of my daughter Venu. Dung is applied on the clothe and then by using white colours the composition is illustrated. Me and my brother enjoyed while making this! This interesting method of preparing Warli is explained on D’source, IIT Bombay Website.
The results of Typoday 2016 logo design competition are announced and winning entry is from Sukanta Paul, Pearl Academy, Delhi.
All other entries of runner up can be found at Typoday Website. It is the best fest for the typographers, beginners of typography and calligraphy. This year is ninth version of the event and it is being hosted by Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bengaluru. You can block your dates, 25th to 27th February 2016. It is in collaboration with the Industrial Design Centre (IDC), Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) with support from India Design Association (InDeAs) and Aksharaya. You can visit the website for more information on Typoday.
You can browse here for some more resources on Logo Design.
Typography Day 2015 also called as TypoDay 2015 is approaching faster. Version 8 is scheduled from March 7 to March 9, 2015 at the Industrial Design Centre IDC, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay IIT Bombay with support from India Design Association InDeAs and Aksharaya.
This is the India’s biggest fest for typography professionals, students and enthusiasts
Some Winning entries of the poster design competition for Typoday 2015.