Some of the stuff I’ve talked about so far.
The myth, in reality, is of design being an isolated discipline – unaffected by its context and the stories that envelope it. Mythology is an intriguing aspect of religion and storytelling that allows people to metaphorize, personify and personalize a universal message for their own lives. Design as a discipline affords something similar by useContinue reading “Mythology As a Source of Inspiration for Design”
Design is often considered a modern movement that started in Europe and migrated eastward, finding its home in the United States of America where today the likes of industrial design are widely practiced commercially. However, if one were to look closer – Japanese printmaking, the ‘India Report’ by Eames and the Chinese temple of heavenContinue reading “10 Indian Contemporary Designers to Look Out For”
I am a Product Design student, currently trying to make sense of the design world myself. I’ve gotten to work on some really cool projects so far and have enjoyed the growing pains. Personally, I enjoy writing a lot. Ironically, despite being a designer – I wouldn’t call myself a visual thinker; words make aContinue reading “Hey, It’s Anagha”