A new type of design

We intend to take you on a journey into the exciting world of graphic design, enchanted by some of the most beautiful destinations. Our thirst for travel had us going crazy with colors, images, letterforms and exploring the depths of experimental type. We present to you "Around the world with type", a shout out to all the beautiful places and people out there!

We intend to take you on a journey into the exciting world of graphic design, enchanted by some of the most beautiful destinations. Our thirst for travel had us going crazy with colors, images, letterforms and exploring the depths of experimental type. We present to you “Around the world with type”, a shout out to all the beautiful places and people out there!

– Rigved Sathe and Payal Jagwani, Design minds and students from the Symbiosis Institute of Design, Pune.

And so we joined them for what turned out to be a quick and exhilarating trip around their Behance project.

And here’s what we discovered in a gorgeous and varied nutshell: Rigved and Payal are serious about Design and wonderful companions to travel with into and around the world of type design. The site is mind-blowing in the way it makes you change your mind about the way you look at seemingly simple type.

See how type comes alive with places and go places in the company of these types by design and art and imagination and creativity and similarly fantastic voyages of the mind.

These designs are definitely worth printing for keeps, which is also something Rigved and Payal will do for you happily. Thanks, guys. That was a great trip.

Take the trip around the world with type now.

Nimish Adani

I am the founder & CEO of Engrave. I started off in 2011 with a workshop that engraved photos for customers on to wooden plaques. Soon, we were making plaques, nameplates, canvas prints, decals and dozens of other products for thousands of customers. To help us make these items, we engaged a group of dedicated craftsmen. By 2015, 3 of our dedicated craftsmen had built their own workshops, employing between 6-10 people. By showcasing their skills on a digital platform, these craftsmen had turned into successful entrepreneurs. This success motivated me to transform Engrave in to a platform which could help thousands of Indian artisans and craftspersons - and this lead to the launch of the maker's market in 2015.

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