BENGALURU: Imagine a cheese cube being an inspiration for comfortable shoes, microbes in bread mould being an inspiration for a stylish building and many more from day to day activities are inspiring students to step in the world of designs.
Some of the examples of best out of day to day inspiration for designs were put on display at Vismaya Gallery at Rangoli Metro Arts Centre near MG road Metro station on Friday by 32 students of DQ labs who displayed their design quotient. These students were from class 7-12. They took imagination beyond expectations by using several design techniques like animation, 3D, sketching, folding and other short quick exercises. Student exhibitors are mainly the aspiring designers in several fields like apparel designing, jewellery, shoes, bags, architecture, etc. Their concepts are being showcased through an exhibition which will highlight Animation, Game Design, Fashion Design, Architecture, Interior Space Design etc.
Aarya Bharathan, a class 8 student who took cheese as an inspiration for design said, "Nothing else could have taken my love for design to the next level than being with the creative mind. The shoes created based on cheese according me will not only be stylish but comfortable due to the dots or gaps in them."
Muskaan Aggarwal used Bread mould to design the structure of a building, said, "It's completely different concept and at the top of the building you can have extremely different view from the circular cabins."
On Saturday, one of our students Ahona Mukherjee, will be attempting to break a Guinness Book of World record for the smallest complete Chess Board. "I am super excited," she said. Ahona is also interested in Architecture design apart from being a miniature designer herself.