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Payal Khandelwal

RECENT ARTICLES BY PAYAL KHANDELWAL

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"Packaging should do way more than just scream out the name of the brand": Pritha Sahai

Nestled inside the charming blue Kitab Mahal building in Fort, Mumbai, Please See’s office is suffused...

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"We wanted to follow a deeper ethos and a process oriented approach towards design" - Samira Gupta and Dhritiman Deb Pillai

Devoting a generous amount of time to research, design thinking, and the process of creation is very...

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"Printers need to adapt to how the content consumption has changed over the years," Ruchita Madhok and Aditya Palsule

We speak to the co-founders and principal designers of Mumbai based Kahani Designworks about some of...

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"The main challenge is to find work that’s genuinely engaging and yet keep the studio running" - Rukminee Guha Thakurta

We speak to the founder of Letterpress Design Studio about her journey as a publication designer

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The last five years in the life of Indian print comics

PrintWeek India speaks to four people from the print comics business to get a lowdown on how the...

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“Labels in local languages are emotionally appealing to consumers” – Anjana Ghosh

We speak to the director of marketing at Bisleri to know more about the brand’s packaging plans...

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“Consistency is really important for branding” - Aditya Mehta

PrintWeek India speaks to the founder of Art&Found, a curated online platform for limited edition and...

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"We are loud without imitations. We take space without apologies" - Priya Gangwani

PrintWeek India talks to the makers of The Gaysi Zine, an LGBTQ print magazine published out of India

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It’s raining packaging design, hallelujah!

WhatPackaging? gets design professionals in India to talk about their recent favorite packaging designs.

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Advertising is no more. There’s only content

PrintWeek India talks to Kunel Gaur and Sharon Borgoyary, co-founders of Animal, an independent...

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PM Modi and the Government has vowed that India will abolish all single-use plastic by 2022. Technically, flexible laminates, tapes, labels, shrink films also are single-use plastics. Is this a viable course of action?

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