After a successful launch we returned with yet another equally inspiring WIP Sessions – a platform for illustrious artists, designers and creative professionals to share their evolving ideas, current work and upcoming projects with a creative community.
Ever felt overwhelmed at the amount of art galleries Bombay has to offer, wanted to experience it all but weren’t sure exactly where to begin? Natasha and Nathan of Carpe Arte combat this problem with their monthly property, Thursday Night Art Hops.
This month, as we launch our third issue focused on the theme ‘Urdu’, we delve deep into the origins and history of the language, the artists who’re painstakingly trying to keep it alive, the different representations of it and largely at how it’s a vehicle of peace.
Meet Vijay Nair, Founder of OML and the mind and heart behind The Coalition. Hear him speak about its history, ethos, intentions and ambitions; who it is really for, what to expect in the Bangalore edition, the streams in focus, the speakers on the floor - all this and a whole lot more.
Design Fabric teams up with the folk over at OML to curate crowd-sourced art installations that will be set up at this year’s Bacardi NH7 Weekender. The project aims to initiate conversation and harbour installations that suggest for a better world
Design Fabric announces the launch of its student program, Low-Res. With an aim to put the spotlight on the exceptional student talent that comes out of India, Design Fabric Low-Res will enable students to work on collaborations with its partners and industry professionals.
For Valentine’s Day, we asked a few illustrators to show us the side of love no one really wants to talk about, ‘heartbreak’. The result is a series of reflective GIFs that were also displayed at the GIFIXIBIT for the launch of Design Fabric. If you didn’t catch the exhibit, you can view the work of the artists here.
In this romantically apocalyptic generation, staying in love is harder than asexual reproduction*. Aman Makkar shows us how to keep that romance blossoming in this quirky, introspective GIF photo essay for Design Fabric featuring 7 together-forever couples. *In 2016, Leonie the Zebra shark was the first female to reproduce without a partner.