Design Temple, an award winning urban design think tank, is a creation, joy and all consuming passion of Divya Thakur. During last decade, they have developed a contemporary Indian graphic langauge that subverts kitsch and other setereotypes.
They are able to design on virtually any medium, and create a new culturally consious design, by integrating intrinsically Indian cultural influences.
Credit title design for Mira Nair’s film “The Namesake”.
Print & online graphics for Le vie Dell’Oriente Milan, Italy.
Ambient design for MTV style awards (India)
A book on contemporary Bollywood “Lights Camera Masala”
EXHIBITION IN INDIA
2009 - “Decade in Design” – Bodhi art gallery. Mumbai.
2004 “India Indigenous” – Loggia dei Mercanti. Milan, Italy.
2007 “India Now” – Victoria & Albert Museum. London.
“Cheerharan” Toilet paper.
Urban, contemporary and witty posters, A-Z of Indian cool, ‘Dhobi’, ‘5K’s’, ‘Gobar’, ‘Qutab Minar’, ‘Turbans’.
‘Shunya’ laptop & travel bags.
2007 – “Lights camera masala”, World Gold Medal, New York festivals, New York.